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OF THE 
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Chicago t Medical * College. 

Cor. Prairie Avenue and 26th Street, CHICAGO. 

Medical Departme^ of Morthtoegtefn University 

SESSION '31-32, 
N. S. Davis, M. D., LL D., Dean. 

The thirty third annual course of instruction trill begin Tuesday, September 29th, 
['91, and close Tuesday, April 261)1, 1892. The course of instruction is graded, 
s'udents being divided into first, second and third year classes, with four year course 
< ptional. 

Applicants for admission must present diplomas or certificates from recognized 
colleges, schools of science, academies, high schools, or teachers' certificates of the 
first or second grade, or sustain a preliminary examination. 

The method of instruction is conspicuously practical and is applied in the wards 
of Mercy Hospital daily, at the bedside of the sick, and in the amphitheater of St. 
Luke's Hospital, also in the amphitheaters of the College and in the South Side- 
dispensary attached to the College, where upwards of fourteen thousand patients are 
treated annually. 

Fees : $100 a year, which covers everything, except a deposit against breakage 
in Chemical Laboratory, amounting to $5 first year and $3 second year (both return- 
able). Hospitals : Mercy, $6 for third year students ; St. Luke's' $5 for second year 
students. No fee is charged for the extra quizzing of the Students done in classes. 

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EVANSTON, ILL. 

Telephone n°-21. 



Northwestern UnTversity, 



EVANSTON AND CHICAGO. 



HENRY WADE ROGERS, LL. D. y President. 

The University Includes: 

A College of Liberal Arts, at Evanston, Oliver Marcy, LL. D. Dean. 

A College of Law, at Chicago, Henry Booth, LL. D., Dean. 

A College of Medicine, at Chicago, N. S. Davis, M. I)., LL. D., Dean. 

A College of Theology, at Evanston, Henry B. Ridgaway, D. D., LL. D., Pres. 

A College of Pharmacy, at Chicago, Oscar Oldberg, Ph. I)., Dean. 

A College of Dentistry, at Chicago, John S. Marshall, M. D., Dean. 
Connected with the University is a Preparatory School, with Prof. H. F. Fisk as 
Principal : a School of Oratory, with Prof. R. L. Cumnock as Principal ; and a Con- 
servatory of Music, with Prof. O. E. Locke as Director. 

A Woman's College is provided as a home for the young women in attendance at 
the University, with Rena A. Michaels, Ph. D., Dean. 

There are 111 Professors and Instructors and 1960 Students. 

Application for Catalogues should be addressed to the President of the University, 
Evanston, 111., or to the Principal of the Preparatory School, at the same place. 



Garrett Biblical Institute, 



EVANSTON, ILL. 



FACULTY 



Henry B. Ridgaway, D. D., LL. I)., Charles J. Little, D. I)., LL. D., 
President, and Cornelia Miller Pro- Professor of Historical Theology. 

fessor of Practical Theology. 

Robert L. Cumnock, A. M., Professor 
Miner Raymond, D. D., LL. I)., Pro- f Elocution, 

fessor of Systematic Theology. 

Charles Horswell, A. M., B. I)., In- 
Charles F. Bradley, D. I)., Professor structor in Elementary Hebrew and 

of New Testament Exegesis. Greek 

Milton S. Terry, D. D. , Professor of Nels E. Simonsen, A. M., B. D., Princi- 
Old Testament Exegesis. pal of Norwegian-Danish Department. 



Fall Term Begins Thursday, September 17. 



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TO OUR NEW PRESIDENT, 

HENRY WADE ROGERS, A. M., LL. D., 

WHO HAS WON THE HONOR AND LOVE OF ALL THE 

STUDENTS OF NORTHWESTERN, DO WE, THE 

EDITORS, DEDICATE THIS EDITION 

OF THE COLLEGE ANNUAL. 



Editorial Board. 



W. C. VAN BENSCHOTEN, '91, Z X, Editor-in-Chief. 

S. A. MALTMAN, '91, «l> K f, SECRETARY. 
NETTIE J. HUNT, '92, K K r, Literary. 

R. H. SMITH, '92, <l> K S, Athletics. 

E. B. HOAG, '92, 1} 6 II, C. L. A. 

S. A. MALTMAN, '91, <i> K t, Cuts and Grinds. 

H. A. SWEENEY, '92, A T, City Departments. 

MARY E. PATTERSON, '92, F <I> B, PRIZES and Evknts. 
EINA KENNEDY, '91, K A 9, FRATERNITIES. 
MAN' L. BENNETT, '91, A 'I», ALUMNI. 

HELEN BABCOCK, '92, A F, PREPARATORY 



piQaneial Board 



R. K. NISBET, '91, <I> K 1, Business Manager. 

NETTIE M. JENNINGS, '93, K A 0, Secretary. 
W. A. DEMPSEY, '93, <l? K *. JENNIE WICKS, '94, T * B. 

H. F. WAKEMAN, '91, 2 X. ETHEL BAKER, '92, A T. 

C. H. ZIMMERMAN, '91, B 6 II. FANNIE G. ALABASTER, '93, A <E 
A. W. BURTON, '92, A T. MYRA TUBBS, 91, K K T. 



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praefatio. 



MOST editors have a way of making a preface a long and lengthy 
apology for something they didn't do. Having had an ex- 
perience of many moons in editorial work, we have decided that it 
would be best to make just as few excuses as possible. We will there 
fore ask to be excused only for a couple of omissions that we have 
allowed for good and sufficient reasons. One of the literary societies 
and polka joints here bought up all Kellogg & Co.'s supply of 30 cent 
stock cuts to put in a new pamphlet which they have just published: 
so we have been obliged to omit the elegant assortment of stock 
cuts that we had intended to insert in this issue. By a unanimous 
vote of the Literary Board the intended steel engraving of C. H. Z. 
has been omitted, owing to the aforesaid pamphlet having discussed 
that gentleman in full. 

The reader will no doubt notice a total absence of funnyness 
as he peruses the pages of our book. For this we have no 
excuse to make. Everything has been tried — Moxie, Fem Sem coffee 
(a pleasant tonic ». Columbia beef-steak, and e'en a keg from Rose 
Hill — all to no purpose. 

The medium through which one looks usually gives coloring 
to the object seen. Hence our hope is that The Svllabus may 
be the medium through which the public may form an opinion 
of the average college student at Northwestern. All such persons 
are advised, if they read this at all, to proceed only as far as the 
labor may prove agreeable and no further. If our way of saying 
things is not pleasing to you, let it be known, and you shall be 
left in peace — even by our business manager. 

In preparing this edition of the College Annual it has been 
the aim of the editors to beautify the book as far as possible, and 
we hope that the increased number and quality of the cuts will be 



an agreeabhj feature of the work. We have unqualified pleasure 

in announcing that the year has been one of great prosperity to our 
University. Our new President has won the praises of all the 
students, and has proven himself to be the right man in the right 
place. The number of students is steadily on the increase. Plans 
for several new buildings are being discussed. Next year a rad 
ical change is to be made in the method of classification and 
system of marking. The reputation of Northwestern in foot-ball 
and on the diamond has been maintained, and athletics in general 
are wide awake ; a bright future is in store fur Northwestern, and, 
if our book will but become an inspiration to anyone to seek this 
grand seat of learning for their future Alma Mater, our labors will 
be more than repaid. 

The Editors. 



Jable of Qpptetyts. 



PHOTOGRAVURES. 
President Henry Wade Rogers, . 

Frontispiece 



University Hall, 


21 


Hall of Science, 


. 98 


University Eleven, 


I2 5 


University Life-Saving Crew, . 


. 120 


University Nine, 


116 


A Freshman's Idyl, 


140 


A la Hiawatha, . 


J 35 


Alpha Phi, . 


. 68 


Alpha Chi Omega, 


So 


Alumni List, .... 


• 154 


A Medical Medley, 


43 


Athletics, .... 


• ll S 


Base-Ball, 


116 


Beta Theta Pi, 


. 62 


Biographical (Henry Wade Rog 


ers, 


A. M., LL. D.), 


112 


Business Notices, 


• 138 


Calendar, .... 


149 


College of Dental and Oral Surge 


i-y, 48 


College of Law, 


35 


College of Medicine, 


. 40 


College Orchestra, 


IOI 


College of Pharmacy, 


• 45 


College Choir, 


IOI 


Conservatory of Music, 


• 53 


Commencement Week, 


104 


Corn Cob Club, 


100 


Dedication, 


9 


Degrees Conferred, 


106 


Delta Gamma, 


70 


Delta Upsilon, 


. 66 


Delta Upsilon "Bear' - Club, 


IOI 


Editorial Boards, 


8 


Faculty, .... 


21 


Field Day, .... 


122 


Foot-Ball, .... 


124 


Fraternity Conventions, . 


. 78 


Freshman Class, 


29 


Gamma Phi Beta, . 


. 76 


Garrett Biblical Institute, . 


55 


General Calendar, . 


l 5 


Graduation Exercises of College 


of 


Pharmacy, 


IIO 



Grinds, . . - . 


• M3 


Index, ..... 


12 


Inter Class Base-Ball, 


119 


Inter-Fraternity Base-Ball League, 


118 


Junior Class, .... 


2 5 


Kappa Alpha Theta, . 


74 


Karl Moellman Quartette, 


102 


Kappa Kappa Gamma, 


72 


Literary Societies, . 


85 


Memory's Vision, 


38 


X. W. College Base -Ball League, 


117 


X. W. Gun Club, 


121 


Owl Club, .... 


86 


Phi Delta Phi, .... 


S2 


Phi Kappa Psi, 


64 


Phi Kappa Sigma, 


60 


Phi Kappa Sigma Banjo Club, 


IOI 


Phi Kappa Sigma Quartette, 


100 


Preface, ..... 


10 


Preparatory Department, 


54 


Prizes, 


108 


Rules for Absences (An Illustratson) 


142 


" Scraps," ..... 


133 


School of Oratory, . 


5i 


Senior Class, .... 


23 


Sigma Chi, .... 


58 


Sigma Chi Orchestra, 


102 


Sigma Chi Quartette, 


100 


Sophomore Class, 


27 


.Special Students, 


33 


Student Publications, . 


130 


Tennis, ..... 


127 


The Rubicon, .... 


*3 2 


Trustees, .... 


17 


Tug-of War Team, 


12S 


Twentieth Century Club, 


87 


University Bicycle Club, 


120 


University Day, 


109 


University Eleven, 


124 


University Nine, 


116 


University Life-Saving Crew, 


120 


"Wanted," .... 


137 


Winter Ball, .... 


119 


V. M. C. A., . 


97 


V. W. C. A., 


9> 



Qei^eral (alepdar. 



Jan. 


:• 


Jan. 


8, 


Jan. 


29, 


Feb. 


19- 


Feb. 


24- 


Mar. 


12, 


Mar. 


21, 


Mar. 


23, 


April 


I, 


April 


I, 


April 


2, 


April 


8, 


April 


9, 



IS9I. 

Wednesday, Second Term in College of Liberal Arts begins. 

Thursday, Second Term in College of Law begins. 

Thursday, Day of Prayer for Colleges. 

Thursday, University Day. 

Tuesday, First Term in College of Pharmacy ends. 

Thursday, Second Term in College of Pharmacy begins. 

Saturday, Special Examinations in College of Liberal Arts. 

Monday, Term Examinations in College of Liberal Arts begins. 

Wednesday, Second Term in College of Liberal Arts ends. 

Wednesday, Second Term in College of Law ends. 

Thursday. Third Term in College of Law begins. 

Wednesday, Third Term in College of Liberal Arts begins. 

Thursday, Juniors present Essays for the Deering prizes. 
April 10, Friday, Contest for Cage Prizes in Debate. 

April 15, Wednesday, Seniors present Essays for Political Economy prize. ■ 
April 28, Tuesday, Commencement in College of Dentistry. 
April 28, Tuesday, Commencement in College of Medicine. 

Tuesday, Spring Course in College of Dentistry begins. 

Friday, Seniors present Orations for place on Kirk contest. 

Monday, Senior Examinations in College of Liberal Arts begin. 

Saturday, Special Examinations in College of Liberal Arts. 

Monday, Term Examinations in College of Liberal Arts begin. 

Wednesday, Commencement in College of Law. 

Sunday, Baccalaureate Sermon. 

Monday, Examinations for Admission to College of Liberal Arts. 
June 22, Monday, Class Day. 

June 22, Monday, Anniversary of the Preparatory School. 
June 23, Tuesday, Annual Meeting of the Board of Trustees. 
June 23, Tuesday, Conservatory Concert. 

June 24, Wednesday, Business Meeting and Anniversary of Alumni Association. 
June 25, Thursday, Commencement in College of Liberal Arts, and Contest for Kirk 

Prize in Oratory. 
June 27, Saturday, Spring Course in College of Dentistry ends. 
July 23, Thursday, Second Term in College of Pharmacy ends. 
Sept. 15, Tuesday, Examinations for Admission to College of Liberal Arts. 
Sept. 16, Wednesday, First Term in College of Liberal Arts begins. 
Sept. 23, Wednesday, First Term begins in Conservatory of Music. 



May 
May 
June 


5, 
8, 
8, 


June 


13, 


June 


15= 


June 


17, 


June 


21, 


June 


22, 



Sept. 


24, 


Sept. 


24, 


Sept. 29, 


Sept. 


29, 


Dec. 


12, 


Dec. 


14, 


Dec. 


18, 


Dec. 


23, 


Dec. 


23, 


1892. 


Jan. 


6, 



Thursday, Winter Term in College of Pharmacy logins. 
Thursday, Year begins in the College of Law. 
Tuesday, Year begins in College of Dentistry. 
Tuesday, Year begins in the College of Medicine. 
Saturday, Special Examinations in College of Liberal Arts. 
Monday, Term Examinations in College of Liberal Arts begins. 
Friday, Contest for Congdon Prizes in Declamation. 
Wednesday, First Term in College of Liberal Arts ends. 
Wednesday, First Term in College of Law ends. 

Wednesday, Second Term in College of Liberal Arts begins. 




16 



U^iv^rsity Jmstee5. 



Officers of tl?e Board. 



Hon. JOHN EVANS, M. D., 


President. 


ORRINGTON LUNT, 


Vice-President. 


WILLIAM DEERING, 


Second 


Vice-President 


JAMES G. HAMILTON, 


Secretary. 


FRANK P. C RAN DON, 


As-istant Secretary. 


THOMAS C. HOAG, 


Treasurer. 


THOMAS C. HOAG, 


Agent. 




fleeted by fye Board 


• 




Term of Office Expires in 1891. 




Hon. Oliver H. Horton, LL. D., 




Chicago. 


William Deering, 




Evanston. 


Morris R. Eddy, 




Evanston. 


Deborah H. Cummings, 




Evanston. 


William A. Fuller, 




Chicago. 


James B. Hobbs, 




Chicago. 


Frank P. Crandon, 




Evanston. 


Hon. Lorin C. Collins, A. M., 




Chicago. 


Term of Office Expires in 1892. 






Hon. John Evans, M. D., 




Denver, Col. 


JOSIAH J. PARKHURST, 




Evanston. 


Thomas C. Hoag, 




Evanston. 


David McWili.iams, 




Dwight. 


Rev. Richard Hanky, D. D., 




Altona. 


Turlington W. Harvey, 




Chicago. 


E. J. Fowler Willing, A. M., 




New Vork. 


Mary Fish, 




Joliet. 


David R. Dyche, M. D., 




Evanston. 


Gustavus F. Swift, 




Chicago. 


Term of Office Expires in 1893. 






Orrington Lunt, 




Evanston. 


Nathan S. Davis, Jr., M. D., 




Chicago. 


James G. Hamilton, 


. 


Evanston. 



17 



Charles Busby, .... 

Robert D. Fowler 

George II. Roster, 
HoSMEB A. Johnson, M. I)., LL. I>., 
Rev. I )\\ id Swing, I). I)., 
Jamks H. Raymond, A. M., 
•Aaron N. Voung, .... 



'In. ago. 

Milwaukee, 

( hicago. 

Chicago. 

Evanston. 

Evanston. 



Wis. 



Term of Office Expires in 1894. 

I)., LL. I)., 



Edmund Andrews, M 

James Frake, A. M., LL. B.„, 

Nathan Smith Davis, M. I).. LL. I)., 

Henry Sargent Towle, LL. P>., 

Harlow N. Higinbotham, 

John B. Kirk, ..... 

*Rev. Robert M. Hatfield, I). I)., 

Norman W. Harris, .... 



< Chicago. 
Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Chicago. 

('hicago. 

Evanston. 

Evanston. 

Chicago. 



r;leet<?d by Qotyferer^ees, 



Bcck River Conference. 

Key. Amos VV. Patten, I). I)., 
Rev. William A. Spencer, D. I)., . 



Aurora. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Detroit Conference. 



Rev. Arthur Edwards, D. D. 
Rev. W. W. Washburn, A. M. 



Chicago. 
Saginaw, Mich. 



Central Illinois Conference. 



Rev. James W. Haney, A. M., D. D., . 
Rev. Richard D. Russell, A. M., . 



Kewanee. 
Toulon. 



Michigan Conference. 



Rey. James I. Buell, D. I)., 
Rev. Daniel C. Riehl, A. M., . 



Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Quincy, Mich. 



tocecutiv<? QDffl(T)itt<?<?. 



Hon. John Eyans, M. D. 

Orrington Lunt. 

James G. Hamilton. 

Thomas C. Hoag. 

William Deering. 

*Rev. Robert M. Hatfield, D. I). 



Josiah J. Parkhurst. 
Henry Wade Rogers, LL. D. 
Frank P. Crandon. 
David R. Dyche, M. D. 
John B. Kirk. 
Aaron N. Young. 



/3udi(:iD<? Qofflfflittee, 



David R. Dyche, M. I). Frank P. Crandon. 

Morris R. Eddy. 



* Deceased. 



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Departments 

of the 

Uiviversit/ 



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CHICAGO PHOTOGRAVURE CO. 



Qollege of liberal f\rt$. 



paeulty. 

HENRY WADE ROGERS, A. M., 

University of Michigan, 1874 (A A <J>) ; LL. D., Wesleyan University, 1890. 
President, and Professor of International and Constitutional Law. 

DANIEL BONBRIGHT, A. M., 

Yale College, 1850 (4> B K) ; LL. D., Lawrence University, 1878. 
John Evans Professor of the Latin Language and Literature, 
Librarian. 

OLIVER MARCY, A. B., 

Wesleyan University, 1846 (* B K) (4> N 6) ; LL. D., University of Chi 
cago, 1873- 
Dean of College of Liberal Arts, William Deering Professor of 
Natural History, and Curator of Museum. 

JULIUS F. KELLOGG, A. M., 

Lawrence University, 1859. 
Noyes Professor of Mathematics. 

HERBERT F. FISK, A. M., 

Wesleyan University, i860 ($ B K) ($ N 6); D. D., Wesleyan University, 
1888 ; Willamette University, 1888. 
Professor of Pedagogics, and Principal of Preparatory School. 

ROBERT L. CUMNOCK, A. M., 

Wesleyan University, 1868 ($ B K) (* Y). 
Professor of Rhetoric and Elocution. 

ROBERT BAIRD, A. M., 

N. W. U., 1869 (* K *). 
Professor of Greek Language and Literature. . 

CHARLES W. PEARSON, A. M., 
N. W. U., 1 87 1 (<*> K *). 
Secretary of Faculty of Liberal Arts, and Professor of English 
Literature. 
ROBERT D. SHEPPARD, A. M., 

University of Chicago, 1869 ; D. D., Garrett Biblical Institute, 1885. 
Professor of Political Economy and History. 

A. V. E. YOUNG, Ph. B., 

Michigan University, 1875 (A K E). 
Professor of Chemistry. 

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BUNA A. MICHAELS, A. M., 

Syracuse University, 1X74 (A $) ; Ph. D., Syracuse University, 1880. 

DEAN OF Woman's ( lOLLEGE, \\D PROFESSOR OF I HE F REN< ll I . IGI AGE. 

CHARLES S. cook, B. S., 

Dartmouth College, 1879 ( ~ A ")■ 
Professor of Physics. 

GEORGE W. HOIK; 1 1, A. M., 

Union College, 1856 («l> I! K) (A T). 

Professor of Astronomy, and Director of Dearborn Observatory. 
JAMES TAFT HATFIELD, A. M., 

N. W. U., 1883; Ph. 1)., Johns Hopkins, 1890. 
Professor of the German Language vnd Literature. 

CHARLES B. ATWELL, Ph. II. , 

Syracuse University, 1879, Ph. M., Syracuse University, 1881 (A K E). 
Instructor in Natural History, and Registrar in College of Liberal 
Arts. 

ELIAKIM II. MOORE, A. B., 

Vale University, 1883 ; Ph. I)., Vale University, 1885 (T \ >. 
Assistant Professor of Mathematics. 

JOSEPH R. TAYLOR, A. M., 

Wesleyan University, 1882 (* N 0) (<J> B K). 
Instructor in Greek and Latin. 

ADDIE LAURA MURPHY, 

Instructor in Elocution. 

LULU E. JONES, 

Instructor in Elocution. 

LODILLA AMBROSE, Ph. B., 
N. W. U., 1887. 
Assistant Librarian. 

PHILIP GREINER, 

Instructor in Gymnastics. 



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S.D.Chi LDS & Co.Cm i cacc. 



5ei>ior Qass 



COLORS: EMERALD AND SILVER. 



Officers. 



FRED M. TISDEL, 
MAY L. BENNETT, 
LINA KENNEDY, 
W. T. ALDEN, 
LUANA M. VERNON, 



Directory of Students. 



Adams, John P., B 9 II, C, 
Adee, John N., Ph., 
Alden, William T., 2 X, Ph., 
Barnes, William D., B 6 n, C, 
Bennett, May L., A $, C, 
Corbin, Frederick R., C, 
Finley, Mary 0., A <I>, M. L., 
*Haggerty, John H., AT, Ph., 
Harker, Ray C, A T, C, 
Haskins, Amary S., A T, C, 
Hensel, James G., S., 

HOLDERMAN, MARY B., T <3> B, S. 

Kay, Livonia R., r <i> B, S., 
Kennedy, Lina, K A 9, M. L., 
Logeman, Rose M., Ph., 
Maltman, Mary, A 4>, Ph., 
Maltman, Stewart A., 4> K t, S., 
March, Benjamin F., S., 
Mattison, Myrtle E., C, 
Moulding, Thomas C, <l> K ^, C, 
Nisbet, Robert K., 4> K 2, S., 
Phelps, Alfred H., 2 X, S., 
Power, Guy N., Ph., 
Reynolds, Frank A., C., 
Roblnson, Anna E., A 4>, M. L., 
Sawyer, Ward B., B 9 II, Ph., 
SCott, John A., C, 

♦Deceased. 



la.. 



RESIDENCE. 

Sandwich, 

Sycamore, 

Evanston, 

Blue Grass, 

Evanston, 

Evanston, 

Chicago, 

Rockford, 

ShullsburgjWis. 

Piper City, 

Dover, 

Morris, 

Watseka, 

Rockford, 

Roscoe and Raci 

Chicago, 

Chicago, 

Oregon. 

Joliet, 

Chicago, 

Evansville, Ind., 

Denver, Colo., 

Burlington, la., 

Austin, Minn., 

West Union, la., 

Streator, 

Fletcher, 



President. 

Vice-President. 

Secretary. 

Treasurer. 

Chaplain. 



EVANSTON ADDRESS. 

15 Hoag bldg. 
718 Sherman ave. 
2 X House. 
423 Grove st. 
912 Chicago ave. 
610 Hinman ave. 
College Cottage. 
628 Chicago ave. 
1040 Chicago ave. 
1040 Chicago ave. 
811 Emerson st. 
Woman's College. 
Woman's College. 
Woman's College. 
ne sts., Chicago. 
Woman's College. 
456 Church st. 
425 Church st. 
College Cottage. 
456 Church st. 
French House. 
2 X House. 
745 Orrington, ave. 
1007 Ridge ave. 
Woman's College. 
15 Hoag bldg. 
1040 Chicago ave. 



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Shuman, Raphael K., i) x, Ph., Evanston, 

Simmons, Eva G., A 4>, Ph., Clarence, la., 

Smith, Martha C, A <1>, Ph., Evanston, 

Staver, Ida T., A 4>, M. L., Portland, Ore. 

Stevens, Charles L.. 2 X, Ph., Chicago, 

Terry, Minnie R., A <1», C, Evanston, 

Tisdel, Fred M.,B9 H, C, Kearney, Neb 

Vernon, Luanna M., M. L., Lancaster, Pa. 

Walrath, William B., A Y, C, Evanston, 

Whitney, Myrtie V., r $ B, C, Ripon, Wis., 

Zimmerman, Charles H., B G II, C., Evanston, 



1485 Sherman ave. 

216 Grove st. 

418 University Place. 

Woman's College. 

S X House. 

814 ilinman ave. 

440 Church St. 

College Cottage. 

1020 Orrington ave. 

817 Orrington ave. 




^CvOvvcv^e- 



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Leach, i Ioward E., s., 

LEWIS, 'Thomas H., B 6 II, 

Ludlow, Edmund, - X, s., 

Mack, Emii.y 11., Ph., 

Mason, ALBERT S., A T, S., 

McCasky, Harriet L., a * 

Meredith, Jean, K a 0, M 

Miller, Effie W., K k r, M 

( )sgood, Harriet L., M. 1 

Patterson, Mary E., r $ B, M. L., 

Phillips, Charles a., B ll, s., 

Raymond, Jerome II., B9 II, C, 

Rawlins, Cora M., ( '., 

Rundell, ( iiari.is L., Ph., 

Schottenfels, Ida M., Ph., 

Sheets, Frank I)., Ph., 

Shronts, Claude F., S., 

Simonsen, Anna P., M. L., 

Smith, Newland F., Ph., 

Smith, Maud M., K K r, 

Smith, Ralph II., <I> K 2, S., 

Stahl, Josephine, Ph., 

Stowe, William C, C, 

Terry, Daniel \V., Jr., 4> K *, C, 

Towle, Edwin H., S., 

Van Benschoten, William ('., 2 X, Ph., 

Wakeman, Harry F., 2 X, S., 

Walz, John A., $ K ^, C, 

Wilson, William L., S., 





Joliet, 


'h., 


Evanston, 




Pax ton, 




Juliet, 




Sycamore, 


C, 


( hicago, 


L., 


< Chicago, 


I. L., 


Kensington 




Marseilles, 



IO40 ' hi' :■' 

410 Oak ave. 
- X I [ouse. 
Woman's ( ollege. 

464 Foster st. 

Woman's ( 'ollege. 

\\ oman's I ollege. 

( ! ollege Cottage. 

\\ oman's ( College. 
Fox River, Wis., College ' ottage. 
Evanston, 35 < ireenwood boul. 

Clinton, la. 

Scales Mound, Woman's College. 

190 S. Winchester ave., (hicago. 

Chicago. 

Burton, Kan. 

Momence, 

Evanston. 

Aurora, 

( reneseo, 

Alameda, Cal., 

Diagonal, Wis., 

Evanston, 

Stuyvesant, V \ 



X24 Sherman ave. 

1 2 10 Sherman ave. 

S24 Sherman ave. 

W. College '• Annex. 

644 Chicago ave. 

College Cottage. 

503 Hinman ave. 

814 Hinman ave. 
Falls City, Neb., 465 Emerson st. 
Evanston, 317 Chicago ave. 

Lincoln, 2 X House. 

Chicago, 607 Orrington ave. 

Evanston, I'. S. I.. S. Station. 




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c\ 



m 




Soptyo/r\ore <?la5$. 



COLORS: SALMON AND LIGHT BLUE. 



JOSEPH L. WALKER. 
HENRIETTA M. JENNINGS. 
MARVIN I). MATTISON, . 
HELEN S. HAY, 



CHARLES S. 



ALDRICH. 



Officers. 



President. 
Vice-President 

Secretary. 

Treasurer. 
Chaplain. 



Directory of Students. 



residence. 

Alabaster, Fanny (... A 4>. M. L., Evanston, 

Aldrich, Charles S., A T, C, Fredonia. N.V.. 

Baker, George Y\\, 4> K I. >.. Chicago, 

Beardsley. Wilfred F., B 9 II. C. Wilmette. 

Beazell. Benjamin F., C, Chillicothe.Mo. 

Bonebright, John E., S.. Nora, 
Caughran, Harriet E., K K r. M.L.. Tacoma, Wash. 

Colebeck, Edward L. , C, Ree Heights, S. 

Cotter, George E.. A T. C. Peoria. 

Culver., Alvin H., C, Glencoe. 

Dempsey, Walter A.. 4> K t. C. Chicago, 

Dyche, George B.. <p K 2, C, Evanston, 

Ewing, William M., «fr K % C, Areola, 

Ferris, Edward L.. >.. Yorkville. 

Fowler. Edson B.. ( ..'. . Buda, 

Harvey, Henry L.. C, Chicago, 

Hay. Helen S.. M. L.. Savanna, 

Hemenway, Francis W., I X, i .. Evanston. 

Hills. George P.. X X. C. Ottawa, 

Holt, Robert N., Ph., Rockford, 

Jamison, George, C, Libertyville, 
Jennings, Henrietta M., K A 0. M. L., Mattoon, 

Knapp. Ellen. K K T. Ph.. Bloomington. 

LYFORD, Mary A.. T <I> B, Ph., Port Byron, 

Maillet, James, C. York, Neb.. 

Mattison, Marvin I).. C. Joliet, 

Newman, Jesse F.. C, Clemensville,W 



EVANSTON ADDRESS. 

743 Orrington ave. 
, 55 Heck Hall. 
311 Chicago ave. 

, 54 Heck Hall. 

1 Dormitory Hall. 
. W. College "Annex." 
D., 639 Chicago ave. 

Mann bldg. 

227 Chicago ave. 
910 Sheridan road. 
203 University place. 

203 University place. 
460 Foster st. 
College Cottage. 
I X House. 
I X House. 
1040 Chicago ave. 
Cook st. and Lake shore. 
Woman's College. 

College Cottage. 
3 Cook st. 
916 Lyons st. 



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Nies, Leopold A., C, Dallas, Tex., Heck Hall. 

Oates, James I-'., $ K ¥, I'll., Clinton, Iowa, 017 Orrington tve. 

Odgees, Clara E., M. L., Chicago, College Cottage. 

Pease, William A., C, Irving Park. 

Perrine, Charles H., Ph., Lebanon, IikJ. , Dormitory. 

Perry, Frank W., S., Western Springs, 421 Clark st. 

Petterson, Christian A., Ph. Chicago, 8 Dormitory. 

Plimpton, Mary K., A <J>, Ph., Penis, Cal., Woman's College. 

Roberts, FREDERIC C, S., Mastodon, Mich., 440 Church st. 

Scott, William T., C, Lebanon, Mo., 25 Heck Hall. 

Sanborn, Elizabeth D., A*, C, Evanston, 314 Chicago ave. 

Sherman, Charles K., <I> A 0, M. L., Chicago, 4^8 Emerson st. 

STEBBINGS, ALBERT L., Ph., Park Ridge, 464 Forest st. 

Tabor, Florence M., C, Lawton, Mich., 222 Judson ave. 

TOMLINSON, Wilbur F., A T, C, Marion, Kan., Mann building. 

Walker, Joseph L., A T, C. Milwaukee, Wis., 63 Heck Hall. 

Wambaugh, Efeyan R., Ph., Kearney, Neb., 1020 Sherman ave. 

Wanless, Laura A., C, Astoria, College Cottage. 

Ward, Elias W., 4> K *, C, Aurora, 29 Heck Hall. 

Way, Willis E., A T, Ph., Geneseo, 65 Heck Hall. 

Wenz, Matthew G., C, Springfield, 24 Dormitory. 

Wilcoxon, Howard T., C, Freeport, 12 Dormitory. 

Wilson, Charles D., Ph., Evanston, 1028 Maple ave. 

Wilson, Horace P., Ph., Burlington, la., 464 Foster st. 




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Ilrrl.,, PhUa 



pre5l?/r\a9 <?lass. 



COLORS: WHITE AND LILAC. 



Officers, 



ALMON C. ABEL, 
MYRA E. TUBBS, . 
EVA J. LEE, 
ROBERT J. KERR, 
ELVIS C. MARSHALL, 



President. 

Vice-President. 

Secretary. 

Treasurer. 

Chaplain. 



Directory of Students. 



Wis 



Abel, Almon C, 4> K *, C, Chicago, 

Admire, James L., Ph., Kingfisher 

Ambler, Harry E., 2 X, Ph., Chicago, 

Baker, Edith M., K K T, C, Evanston, 

Barber, Elya, r $ B, Ph., Lancaster, 

Bass, James K., * K ■*, C, Evanston, 

Beebe, Leslie W., C, Chicago, 

Benjamin, Fred, S., South Evanston 

Bennett, Alexander G., C, Evanston. 

Benton, Samuel A., $ K 2, Ph., Fond du Lac, Wis 
Bonnifield, William B., AT, S., 
Butters, Addison F., C, 
Campbell, Robert A., $K ¥, S., 
Caughran, Willamine, K K T, M. L., 
Charles, Fred L., S., 
Clancy, Dennis C, Ph., 
Clarkson, Matthew A., C, 
Cole, Joseph H., <p K *, C, 
Comstock, Mary E., C, 

Cruver, Edith M., S., K A G, Chicago, 

Darrow, Mrs. Helen K., C, Chicago. 

Dickey, John W., A T, Ph., Cherokee, la., 

Dickinson, Clarence, B 6 IT, C, Evanston, 

Dickson, James H., AT, C, Portland, Ore., 

Dingle, John N., C, Evanston, 

Drew, Hanna I., Ph., Chicago, 

Earnheart, Chauncey B., C, Chenoa, 

Earp, Joseph H., C, Marion, Kan. 

Eddy, William L., O, Evanston, 

Ericson, John M., $Kt, C, Ridgefield, Ct., 

Fisher, Harry B., C, Marengo. 



9 Dormitory. 
Oka., 521 Clark st. 

2 X House. 
1408 Sherman ave. 
835 Chicago ave. 
724 Grove st. 

10 Dormitory. 
433 Hinman ave. 

311 Chicago ave. 



628 Chicago ave. 

13 13 Sheridan road. 

821 Chicago ave. 

W. College "Annex.' 

2 Dormitory. 

35 Heck Hall. 

727 Orrington ave. 



Ottumwa, la. 
Duluth, Minn., 
Joliet, 

Tacoma, Wash., 
Austin, 

Albion, Mich., 
Rock Falls, 
Bridgeton, N. J. 

N. Manchester, Ind., College Cottage. 
W. College "Annex.' 

727 Orrington ave. 
207 Chicago ave. 
13 14 Sherman ave. 
Dormitory. 
College Cottage. 
824 Sherman ave. 

326 Judson ave. 
11 Dormitory. 



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Kitch, Louie J., k \ 9, s., 
Fluck, John I.., ( '., 
Freeman, Alice s., a <i>, m. i,., 
Gale, Thomas K., Ph., 
Gary, Ella E., K a 6, Ph., 
Gates, Fanny, A *l>, M. I,., 
Germain, Grace E., A *, I'll., 
(in. man, Jennie M., M. L., 
Goetzman, Charlotte E., Ph., 
Grover, Louise M., M. L., 
Harbert Arthur B., 2 X, Ph., 
Harris, Merritt M., I'll., 
Hayes, Ralph W. E., Ph., 
Hanks, CHARLOTTE P>., A <J>, M. L., 
I [azzard, Charles, Ph., 
Hitchcock, Anna L„ a r, s., 
Hoyt, Clara L., S., 
Hunt, Irving I-., C, 
Johnson, Jessie 1-., Ph., 
Kellogg, Bertha F., C, 
Kelly, Charles A., C, 
Kendall, Robert k., B6 II, Ph., 
KENNICOTT, Ransom E., B0 II, S., 
Kerr, Robert J., C, 
Kitely, James H., 
Kohlsaat, Philemon B., 2 X, Ph., 
Kraft, Albert A., C, 
Lane, Frank, Ph., 
Latham, Care R., 2 X, Ph., 
Lee, Eva J., KA0, M. L., 
Lemon, John R., A T, Ph., 
Lewis, Joshua H., Ph., 
Lloyd, Robert C, 
Lucas, Charles W., S., 
McConnell, Anna, A $, C, 
McDowell, Irvin, 
McKenzie, Kittie, T <l> B, 
Newburger, William S., 
Marshall, Elvis C, S., 
Masslich, Chester B., C, 
Meinhardt, Antoinette, A T, M. L. 
Neilson, Charles 15., Ph., 
Nicholson, Thomas, C, 
Northrup, Alfred S., C, 
Okey, Ida J., Ph., 
Osgood, William P., S., 
Owen, Grace E., K K P, C. 
Paine, Bayard H., S., 
Patten, Harrison E., C, 
POMEROY, Edward F., C, 
Poppenhusen, Pall A., S., 
Ransmeier, John C, Ph., 



I.\ .in iton, 728 ( ln< 

Elgin, 1210 Sherman 
Evanston, 

Mason City, Pi., 54 Heck Hall. 

Wheaton, Woman's ' olli 

Waterloo, la., 912 ( Chicago ave. 

< rardner, III. Woman's ( '.,1!- 

I "i;iw a. Woman's ( 'oil' 

Boone, Pi., liege ( Cottage. 

Evanston, 503 Grove st. 

Evanston, 316 Judson ave. 

Mason City. la., 02 H<< k Hall. 

Galva, 517 1 finman ave. 

Rochelle, ( < »J 1cl;<- ( otiage. 

Peoria. 

Evanston, 705 Greenwood boul. 

Grigjgsville, Woman's College. 

Aurora, 1334 Maple ave. 

Wabasha, Minn., 916 Lyon si. 

Evanston. 

Altoona, la., 10 Ayer court. 

Evanston, 206 Grove st. 

The Grove, 35 Hinman ave. 

1233 Washington boul., Chicago. 

I larriston, ( )nt. 

Chicago, 2 X House. 

( )ak Park, 460 Foster st. 

Evanston, 528 Benson ave. 

Wilmette, 2 X House. 

Freemont, Neb., W. College "Annex.' 

Storm Lake, la. 

Chicago, 460 Foster st. 

Ravenswood. 

Ravenswood. 

Evanston, 738 Orrington ave. 

Evanston, 422 Lake st. 

Lancaster, Wis., 835 Chicago ave. 

Chicago, 24 Walnut st. 

El Dorado, Kan., 421 Clark st. 

Evanston, 420 Sherman ave. 

Burlington, Wis., Woman's College. 

Marseilles, 724 Sherman ave. 

Pinion City, 522 Foster st. 

Morgan Park, 724 Sherman ave. 

Corning, la., College Cottage. 

Austin. 

Mokena, College Cottage. 

GrandIsland,Neb., 1018 Asbury ave. 

Aurora, 916 Lyons st. 

Libertyville. 

South Evanston, 257 Forest ave. 

Murphysboro, 809 Chicago ave. 



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Ream, Thomas !•'.., C, 
Redfield, II a i 1 11 1.., A r, Ph., 
RlCKETTS, Howard T., A Y. C., 
Rist, Benjamin, C, 
Roberts, Joseph F., C, 
Sheldon, Lucy I)., K A (), M. L., 
SlMONSON, Ida S., M. 1 ... 
Sinclair, James < i.. C, 
Shammo, Eva I!., Ph.. 
Sme iters, Samuel T., S., 
Smith, Anna M., A r, M. I,., 
Stephens, Nellie M., K A e, Ph., 
Stevens, Robert W., I' X, C, 
Strawn, Theodore, - . 
Swail, Louisa M., S., 
Swan, Eva, A P. M. P., 
Tabor, Maude, Ph., 
Thayer, Herm, S., 
Thompson, Del B., Ph., 
TubbSj Mvra E., K K P. M. P., 
Turner, Minnie B., a 4>, Ph., 
Vail, Evie A.. A <i>, M. L., 
Van Sickle, Maude E., Ph., 
Van Sant, Grant, <i> K *, Ph.. 
Vieth, Henry, Ph., 
Vose, Frederic P., 2 X, S., 
Welton, Mabel E., M. L., 
Whitehead, Leila E., S., 
Whitehead, Harry, B 8 IT, Ph., 
Whitely, Elizabeth, A r, 
Wicks, Jennie, r 4> B, Ph., 
Wilkinson, Harry P., A T, C, 
Wilkinson, William W., 
Wilson, Wilbur F., C, 
Wilson, Anna L., M. L., 

WOLFENDEN, JAMES R., 

Woodard, George L., $ K 2, S.. 
Young, Jared W., <p K % C, 
Young, William S., <l> K t, S., 



Hampshire, 

Evanston, 

Fisher, 

Toulon, 



617 ( >rrington ave. 
456 Church st. 
Mann bldg. 
23 Dormitory. 



Mastodon, Mich., 440 Chinch st. 
Clifton. 334 Maple ave. 

Evanston, 1210 Sherman ave. 

117 Center St., Chicago. 
Muscatine, la., Woman's College. 



Waverly, 

Evanston 
Moline, 

Chicago, 

Ottawa. 
Bel v id ere 
Elgin, 



202 Sherman ave. 
129 Maple ave. 
Woman's College. 
I X House. 



Woman's College. 

Woman's College. 
Lawton, Mich., 222 Judson ave. 
Whitewater, Wis., 809 Chicago ave. 
Buffalo Gap, S. I)., 743 Chicago ave. 
Kirkwood, Woman's College. 

Evanston, 719 Oak ave. 

Evanston, 714 Hinman ave. 

Escanaba, Mich., 727 Orrington ave. 
Winona, Minn., 727 Orrington ave. 
Marinette, Wis., 511 Grove st. 
South Evanston, 521 Forest ave. 
Cambridge, W. College "Annex. 

Austin. 
Evanston, 
Evanston, 
Emporia, Kan., 
Chicago, 
Chicago, 
Abingdon, 
Wichita, Kan., 

204 S. Lincoln ave., Chicago. 
Clinton, Wis., 423 Grove st. 
Kansas City, Mo., 10 Dormitory. 
Evanston, 319 Hinman ave 



41 1 Church st. 
813 Hinman ave. 
Woman's College. 
Observatory bldg. 
Prep R. 13. 
317 Davis st. 
Woman's College. 







w&x 



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2^n lOTlemortam 



John H. Haggerty, '91 



DELTA UPSILON. 



Dteb 2Hay \, \8%. 



Special Studei^. 



Directory of Students. 



Adams, Cornelia B., 
Adams, Charles P., 
Agat, Isaiah, 
Applegate, Addie L., 
Berkey, Rosalie M., K A 0, 
Berryman, Benjamin F., 
Carpenter, Helen, A 4>, 
Clancy, James F., AT, 
Draper, Burke, <p A 6, 
Frankenstein, Victor S., 
Fraser, Herbert A., 
Gillis, Benjamin C, 
Griffith, Herbert E., <p A 9, 
Haagenson, Edward C, 
Hamilton, Herbert O., 
Hartley, Richard G, <p K 2, 
Hecht, Martha, 
Hill, Alice K., K K T, 
Hooper, Cyrus L., 
Jackson," Frank G. 2 X, 
Johnson, Franklin L., 
Kindig, Frank M., 
Lawrence, Susan H., 
Louthan, Overton E., 
Moody, Alice, 
Morse, Webster E., 
Murray, Marietta M., 
Platt, Lulu M., 
Shryock, Antoinette E., r <p B, 
Shryock, Fred B., 
Shutterly, John J., Jr., 
Singleton, Mary K., A #, 
Spies, Harriet, 
Stanford, Mary E., A X £2, 
Starr, Grace J., 
Sturges, George P., 



South Evanston. 

Topeka, Kan., 714 Chicago ave. 

567 Canal St., Chicago. 

Macomb, 738 Orrington ave. 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Elgin. 

Wichita, Kan., Woman's College. 

Albion, Mich. 35 Heck Hall. 

Ft. Worth, Tex., 460 Foster st. 

2908 Vernon ave., Chicago. 

Plainfield, 710 Emerson st. 

South Royalton, Vt. 

Moline, 13 Dormitory. 

Evanston, 12 13 Maple ave. 

Whitewater, Wis., 809 Chicago ave. 

Wichita, Kan., 903 Sherman. 

Chicago. 

Sparta, Wis. 

Evanston. 

Chicago, 2 X House. 

Decatur. 

Evanston, 203 University place. 

Vermilion, Can., College Cottage. 

El Dorado, Kan., 836 Chicago ave. 

Perry, la. 

Roxbury, N. Y., 711 Davis st. 

Macomb, 815 Benson ave. 

Clark, S. D., Woman's College. 

ForresV n, College Cottage. 

Forreston, 1020 Sherman ave. 

Evanston, 122 Chicago ave. 

Evanston, 826 Chicago ave. 

Menominee, Mich. 

Evanston, 518 Forest ave. 

Glencoe. 

Rogers Park. 



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Sw EENEY, I [ART R., A T, 

'Thomas, FLORA, 

Tupper, George, 
Wallace, Louis I)., 2 X, 
Weston, Alice l>., 
Wolcott, Cecilia C, 
Young, Abner T., «l> A o, 
Young, Josephine E., k E r 



< rem 

I ,;k on, 

Kamville, 

Clinton, 
I', v.niston. 

Evanston. 

Chicago. 

Chicago, 



Woman's ( ollege. 
1503 Ridge avc. 
XX Ho 



1020 ( >rnngton avc. 



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<?olle<$e of law. 



Board of Jrustees. 

Hon. OLIVER H. HORTON, LL. D. 
HENRY S. TOWLE, LL. D. 
Hon. WILLIAM W. FARWELL. 

Hon. HENRY BOOTH, LL. D. 



Faulty. 



HENRY WADE ROGERS, LL. D., President. 

Hon. HENRY BOOTH, LL. D., Dean. 

Hon. HARYEY B. HURD. 

Hon. MARSHALL D. EWELL, LL. D., M. D. 

Hon. WILLIAM W. FARWELL. 

Hon. NATHAN S. DAYIS, M. D., LL. D. 



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5er?ior <?lass. 



EUGENE HENRY DUPEE, 
CLARENCE NOEL DURAND, 



Officers. 



Presideni . 
Secretary 



Students. 



Antram, Caleb E., B. S. (Knox College), . . . Grand Ridge. 

Bowman, Ralph W. E., . . . . Chicago. 

Brand, Robert M., . . . . . . polo. 

CASSIDY, LYSANDER, B. S., (Knox College), . . Vermont. 

Chapman, O/.ias S., . . . . . . Walnut. 

Chask, Charles A., A. B. (Amherst College), . Lake View. 

Clarke, William E., Jr., A. B. (Amherst College), . Chicago. 

Clare, John F., ..... Taylor Ridge. 

Conover, William A., . . . . Petersburg. 

Crawford, John E., . . . . Taylor Ridge. 

Durand, Clarence N., ..... Andover, N. Y. 

Dupee, Eugene H., A. B. (Vale University), . . Chicago. 

Dye, Robert C, . . . . . . Chicago. 

Eames, Henry P., .... Blue Island. 

Ede, Elphick R., . . . . . . Whitewater, Wis. 

Ellis, Rollin H., . . . . • . Libertyville. 

Emrich, Myer, ...... Chicago. 

Ereeland, John H., . . . . . Bethany. 

Frisch, Morris, ...... Chicago. 

Gerst, Daniel G., . . . . . Chicago. 

Gettys, Arthur L., A. B. (Campbell University), . . Holton, Kan. 

Goembel, John E., . . . . Geneseo. 

Green, Kent, ...... Ottawa. 

GROVES, John E., B. S. (Northwestern University), . Cherokee, la. 

HENNESSY, Mary G., ..... Chicago. 

Herrmann, Ernst F., ..... Chicago. 

IRELAND, Francis M., . . . . . Chicago. 

Jones, ALFRED W., • . . . . Chicago. 

K.NECHT, Samuel E., B. S. (N. W. College), . . Oak Park. 

LANDGREN, GEORGE, A., .... Davenport, Neb. 

LANDIS, Kenesavv M., . . . . • . Logansport, Ind. 

LEFLER, CHARLES, W., A. B. (Yale University), . Chicago. 

LEINEN, Oscar E., ...... Chicago. 



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Levisohn, Sol, ..... 
Ludington, Roland s., 
Lyon, Raymond C, . 

McBroom, J. Herbert, . 

McIndoe, Hugh, B. S. (Cornell College), 

Mii.i.er, George I., . 

MlLLNER, WILL W., B, L. (Jennings Seminary), 

Moore, Edwin, L., . 

MorSe, Charles F., . . ... 

O'Donnell, Charles, . . . . 

Odor, Perry L., .... 

Olson, Harry, . 

Packard, George, A. B. (Brown University), . 

Pease, Charles, H., . 

Peters, Frank M., .... 

Peterson, Hallward S., A. B. (Luther College), . 

Reiser, Schuyler C, . 

Redmond, Andrew J., . 

Reed, William L., . 

Ringer, Jacob, Ph. B. (University of Michigan), 

Rosenthal, Lessing, A. B. (Johns Hopkins Univer 

Schoellkorpf, Henry W., Jr., 

Sidley, William P., A. B. (Williams College), 

Simpson, Joseph A., . 

Starr, Laura M., 

Stedman, T. H. Seymour, . 

Strain, Henry M., .... 

Tarbox, Alonzo P., 

Taylor, Perry P., Ph. B. (Cornell University), 

Thomas, Clarence N., A. B. (La Grange College), 

Thompson, William, 

Trout, James F., . 

Utt, Frank, 

Varty, Albert, 

Wallace, Katherine E., 

Way, James P., M. D., D. D. S., . 

Westwood, Ephraim C, 

Williams, Clifford R., . 

Williams, John W., 



sity), 



Ont. 



Chicago. 

Oak Park. 

Harvard. 

Geneseo. 

Wausau, Wis 

Clarinda, la. 

Aurora. 

Lamar, Mo. 

Chicago. 

Stratford, 

Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Marion. 

Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Wheaton. 

De Kalb. 

Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Glencoe. 

Chicago. 

Woodland. 

Gandy, Neb. 

Litchfield. 

Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Rushville. 

Chicago. 

Sycamore. 

Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Streator. 

Hyde Park. 

Carthage. 



UNDERCLASSMEN: Juniors, 73. 



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/T^mory's 1/15109 



Sweet evening has kissed golden sunshine good-night, 

And tucked it away in its low trundle-bunk ; 
Hut forgotten the minstrel, and left him to write 

With his gas-jet untrimmed, and his goose-quill dead drunk. 
E'en the fairies of sleep the confusion enhance, 

By a special demurrer to each retrospection ; 
I appeal to the muse, but she's gone to a dance, 

And left me to patch up my torn recollection. 

Let us linger awhile, and consider the past, 

With its failures and gloom, its successes and cheer ; 
Let us scatter the mists that are gathering fast 

To hide from our vision these memories dear. 
Through a rift in the mist, there are visions that glide 

Down the stream of remembrances flowing unbroken, 
Of a school-room and students — recall names with pride ! 

Of success undeveloped each one is a token. 

The call is for Bowman, — he springs to his feet, 

The deep flush of confidence mantling his brow ; 
That lurid adornment, however, is, — " Kindly repeat ;" 

He was right, but, — he isn't so confident now. 
The practice is common, and often allowed, 

To amend the first answer to each declaration : 
Ere discovery he made, each one waits till a cloud 

Be removed from the theme, by the chair's explanation. 

Who is up? Oh, that's Milner — he's "one of the boys;" 

Debonair and fine-looking, and swift in reply; 
Who is hissing? That's Landis, — he don't like the noise, 

And asks an abatement, the merits to try. 
There goes Stedman, — now listen, — you'll hear something new 

He's a "lawyer unlicensed," — but that doesn't matter; — 
He appeals to his seatmate to help pull him through, 

And, "a pretty good guess," he remarks to the latter. 

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The sage of the great Wyaconda is next, — 

" In that case," he says, " interpleaders withdraw " — 
Then pauses to think, lest he weaken the text, 

And overrule doctrines well settled as law. 
" It was so held in Michigan," Reed will declare, 

As he scratches his eye with his hand, and looks flurried 
Then his smile is transformed to a sad, vacant stare, 

Emblematic of where his last hopelet lies buried. 

That demure looking fellow who sits- up in front, 

Is a cowboy untamed, from the wild, woolly west ; 
He likes a good round-up, or maverick hunt, 

Yet has a kind feeling for wrongs unredressed. 
Now Reber is speaking, and says that a trust 

Is a creature of fraud, so the old authors wrote us ; 
He objects to a jury, and thinks it unjust, 

To cite constitutional law, without notice. 

There are others, of course, who should mention receive, 

From Clarke down to Westwood, and Ludington, too, 
And gentlemanly Ireland, who makes one believe 

Earlswood totters are stylish, though worn by so few. 
U. C. L. is their pride, and they'll never forget 

The struggles encountered to master its knowledge, 
And the faces of classmates, whom daily they met, 

As companions and friends, during life at the college. 



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Qolle^e of /T\edieir>e. 



paeulty. 

HENRY WADE ROGERS, LL. I)., President. 

Hosmer A. Johnson, M. I)., LL. D. (Emeritus). 

Edward O. F. Roler, A. M., M. D. (Emeritus). 
Nathan S. Davis, M. D., LL. D., Dean. 

Edmund Andrews, M. D., LL. D., Treasurer. 
Ralph N. Tsham, A. M., M. D. 

John H. Hoelister, A. M., M. D. 

Samuel J. Jones, M. D., LL. D. 

Marcus P. Hatfield, A. M., M. D. 
John H. Long, Sc. D. 
Emilius Clark Dudley, A. B.. M. D. 
John E. Owens, M. D. 

Oscar C. De Wolf, A. M., M. D. 
Horace M. Starkey, M. D. 

Frederick C. Schaefkr, M. D. 

Isaac N. Danforth, A. M., M. D. 

William E. Casselberry, M. D. 

William W. Jaggard, A. M., M. D. 
Frank Billings, M. D., Secretary. 

Nathan S. Davis, Jr., A. M., M. D. 

Frank S. Johnson, A. M., M. D. 

E. Wyllys Andrews, A. M., M. D. 

Frank T. Andrews, A. M., M. D. 
George W. Webster, M. D. 

William E. Morgan, M. D. 

Elbert Wing, A. M., M. D. 

Herbert H. Frothingham, M. D. 
Thomas J. Watkins, M. D. 

George S. Isham, A. M., M. D. 
Joseph Zeisler, M. D. 

John D. Kales, A. M., M. D. 

Rufus G. Collins, M. D. 

Bayard Holmes, B. S., M. D. 

Thomas Benton Swartz, A. M., M. D. 
Fred Jenner Hodges, B. S., M. D. 
Edgar T. Edcerly, A. M., M. D. 

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5epior Qlass. 



Officers. 



RALPH C. MATHENEY 
E. H. PARKER, B. S.. 
E. E. McKAY, 

A. R. EDWARDS. A. B. s 
J. C. ROSS, B. S., . 



Art, Isaac A.. 
Alderson, James, B. D. 
Barti.ey, Charles, . 
Boody, George, 
Brehm, Theodore G., 
Burns, Peter T., 
Bvl, John J., 
Carton. Angus R., 
Clark. John S.. Jr., 
Christian>on. ( >i e A., . 
Cochems, Frank X.. 
Connell, Daniel R., 
Coy, Robert E., 
Curtis, Austin M., A. P... 
De Lee, Joseph B., . 
Donnelly, Francis J., 
Durr, William E.. B. S., 
Edwards, Arthur R., A. B., 

ElSENDRATH, DANIEL X.. A. B. 

Flinn. Wilson J., 
Fox. Philip R., 
Frenz, William, 
G click, John M., 
Hagens, Garret. 
Hargens, Charles W.. 
Haven, Walter S.. A. M., 
Hepp, Gustus B., . 
Hilton, George V.. M. D.. 
Hoffmann. John R., 
Hunt, Henry M., M. D., 
Krone, Carl R., A. M., 
La Force. William B.. Ph. B.. 



Students, 



President. 
Secretary. 

HlST< IRIAN. 

Valedictorian. 
Toastmaster. 



Chicago. 

Strawberry Point, la. 

Marysville, Cal. 

Eldora, la. 

Chicago. 

Osman, Wis. 

Cedar Rapids. la. 

Ackley, la. 

Chicago. 

Irvin, Minn. 

Sturgeon Bay. Wis. 

St. Xazianz. Wis. 

Rockford. 

Raleigh. X. C. 

Chicago. 

Monchis, Wis. 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Holton, Kas. 

Madison, Wis. 

Chicago. 

Manteno. 

Pella. la. 

Mo. Valley. la. 

Racine, Wis. 

Abbotts Corners. X. 

Chicago. 

Ottawa, la. 

Chicago. 

Lincoln. 

Ottumwa. la. 



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LeEMING, ( iiaki.ks w., 

Matheny, Ralph C, 
Matthews, John I'., A. B., 
McAvov, George E., 
McDowell, William S., 
McGrath, William ( '., 
McKay, Eli K., 
McNamara, John S., 
Miller, Edward C, 
Nicoll, David T., 
Oakley, James II., . 
Otsuki, Osamu, M. I)., 
Paddock, Charles K., 
Parker, Elmer H., B. S., 
Penick, Ninus S., 
Piper, Charles W., 
Preble, Robert B., A. B., 
Pritzker, Louis, 
Ravvson, Edward C, 
Poach, Thomas E., M. I)., 
Roan, Charles F., 
Rorinson, Watler R., 
Ross, James C, P. S., 
Rud, Anthony, P. S., 
Ruml, Wentzel, 
Sandow, Bruno F., 
Schaefer, Herman L., 

SCHROEDER, WlLLIAM E. , 

Schwarz, Leigh E., 
Scovell, Halsey B., 
Singleton, Eustace M., 
Smith, Harry M., 
Sturgeon, Robert H., 
Todd, Forrest B., 
Tuck, William 0., . 
Turck, Fenton B., 
Valette, William 0., D. D 
Van Dyke, George H., 
Walls, Frank X., 
Williams, Charles W., 
Wilson, Edgar M., . 
Wilson, William F., 
Windesheim, Gustave, 
Wood, Horatio F., M. D. 
Zaun, Henry H., 



Brantford, I anada. 
Springfield. 
( arlinville. 
Muskegon, Mich. 

< lii< ago. 

Eagle Grove, [a. 

( Chicago. 

Eagle Grove, [a. 

( Chicago. 

Clarence, la. 

Cain, la. 

Fukui, Japan. 

( 'hicago. 

River Falls, Wis. 

Kinderhook. 

Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Stravvl)erry Point, la. 

Chicago. 

Rock Rapids, la. 

Hunts ville. 

Earl Park, Ind. 

Rockdale, Wis. 

Cedar Rapids, la. 

Chicago. 

West Salem. 

Chicago. 

Englewood. 

Lowville, Wis. 

Eyota, Minn. 

Columbus, Kan. 

Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Plymouth. 

Edgewater, Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Beatrice, Neb. 

Chicago. 

Dodgeville, Wis. 

Bristol, Wis. 

Faribault, Minn. 

Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Richfield, Wis. 



Middle Class 



UNDERCLASSMEN. 

65 Junior Class 



98 



42 



f\ /T\edieal ffledley. 



ENVELOPED in fumes of H 2 S and wading in M. U. D. 4 , 
ad malleolam, the prophetic vision of one " Doc." wan- 
dered, in somnia, adown the isles of the dim rose-hued future 
in the course B. O. D. F. I., and lo ! he beheld at no far 
distant day the time when the wily middle man will cash in his 
glassware, supplemented by that of his neighbor and likewise 
strengthened from the rich stores of the verdant D. J., who hath 
no faith in locks and keys. And in that day there shall be 
over much profanity and falling on of necks, and a loud wail 
shall go up throughout the antero-posterior et transverse diameters 
of the " lab " of, how Long, how Long. 

In that day also shall the face of one Eastman, known to 
his fellows as "The Shark," broaden in smiles pari passu with 
the lengthening of other men's faces, and he shall receive as his 
portion S4.25, together with much praise. 

His feelings shall overcome him and he shall be seized with 
spasm unilateralis orbicularis palpebrcc et aphonia. Selah ! 

Other men shall receive 34 cents, and marvel at the un- 
equality of returns. 

And it shall come to pass that on that day the wild and 
untamed D. J. shall strap on his sandals and start 'cross lots 
for home ; for verily he who dependeth on his " lab " deposit 
to take him home shall walk. Selah ! 

* * * P 2 now ready ! — — ! — ! ! ! Doc. is rudely 
awakened from his dream and carried along toward the dis- 
pensing window. Now, speaking of the dispensing window re- 
minds us of the Dispensary. In 1890, out of 14,000 cases treated 
there by the students and faculty, 14,643 permanent cures were 
effected, and the rest are all doing as well as could reasonably 
be expected. 

The multitudes may sing praises to Dr. Koch and his justly 
celebrated tuberculine if they will, but as for us, give us Mist. 
63 — zj. t. i. d. Mistura 63 has been positively demonstrated to 
be a specific, not only for phthysis, but also in augeria pectoris, 

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gastroenteritis and poliomyelitis', but, gentle reader, it is no cure 
at all. Ah, no! Mistime 72, 84, and 53, are likewise very efii 
cient remedies, as every senior will readily testily. 

We have occasion also to call attention to the vast numbers 
of patients who under the skillful treatment of Herr Dr. W'inder- 
scheim have regained their sight and hearing, and all due, my 
dear sir, to the free and skillful use of boric acid. 

The Doctor informs us privately that he has been able, on 
an average, to cure 100 out of 99 cases of non-suppurative with 
the same remedy. 

As for the various other departments, their success has been 
not less remarked, but we have time only to refer to the sur- 
gical. Astonishing operations are performed there daily by the 
surgeon in charge, Dr. J. Ross Wilson, who will be glad to see 
any of you from 2 to 4 p. m. 







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Illmots College of Pharmacy. 



parity. 

HENRY WADE ROGERS, LL. D., President. 



OSCAR OLDBERG, P. D., Dean, 
Professor of Pharmacy and Director of the Pharmaceutical Laboratories. 

JOHN H. LONG, Sc. D., 
Professor of Chemistry and Director of the Chemical Laboratory. 

EDSON S. BASTIN, A. M., F. R. M. S., 

Professor of Structural and Systematic Botany. 

W. E. QUINE, M. D., 
Professor of Physiology, Materia Medica, and Therapeutics. 

W. H. HIGLEY, Ph. C, 

Professor of Botany and Pharmacognosy, and Director of the Microscopical Laboratory. 

ERNEST B. STUART, Ph. G., 
Professor of Materia Medica and Pharmacognosy. 

MARK POWERS, B. Sc, 
Assistant to Chair of Chemistry, and Instructor in Chemical Laboratories. 

MAURICE A. MINER, Ph. C, 

Assistant to Chair of Pharmacy, and Instructor in Pharmaceutical Laboratories. 



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5eQior Qass. 



FREDERICK M. WALES, 
GEORGE McVICKER, 
THOMAS P. McKELLIGAN, 



Abelks, Joseph M., 
Adamicm, Gustave II., 
Ai.derson, Miles, 
Atkinson, James B., 
Bartz, Nicholas B., 
Bell, Arthur W., . 
Bishop, James C, 
Black, Nelson M., . 
Bliss, George W., 
Bock, Otto B., 
Bolles, Chester H., 
* Brown, Luzon B., 
Brown, Melville W., . 
Cassell, Robert E. L., 
Cassingham, Fred W., . 
Conger, Perry G., . 
Dittmer, Charles L., . 
Dunmire, John H., . 
Dunn, John A., . 
Evans, Samuel B., . 
Fellows, Sherman G., . 
Pi.etcher, Calvin T., 
Fletcher, Joel T., 
forster, george f., 
Frankson, Benjamin, 
Getzelmann, Benjamin C, 
Grote, Henry W., 
Harrell, Robert D., 
Henderson, John M., . 
Hess, Harvey F., 
Holmes, Arthur E., 
Hours, Edwin S., 
Howard, Eugene J., 
Ir<;ens, Louis S., 



Officers. 



Stddents, 



Presideni . 

Vu i. Presideni . 

Secrei akv. 



Leavenworth, Kas. 
La Salle. 
Strawberry Point, la. 

Litchfield, Minn. 
Lemont. 
Chicago. 
York, Neb. 
Valley City, N. D. 
Chicago. 
Sheboygan, Wis. 
Springfield. 
Norborne, Mo. 
Los Angeles, Cal. 
Windom, Ky. 
Roberts. 
Earlville. 
Colesburg, la. 
Kennet, Mo. 
Norwich, Conn. 
Norborne, Mo. 
Keosauqua, la. 
Buffton, la. 
Woodburn, Ky. 
Ottawa. 

Lime Springs, la. 
Elgin. 
Wheaton. 
Norris City. 
Owosso, Mich. 
Bethlehem, Pa. 
Aurora. 
Chicago. 
O'Neill, Neb. 
Valley City, N. D. 



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Jenkins, Edw in J., 
Jennings, William G., 
Rah.n, Julius, 
Kenny, Blitz G., 
Kirkpatrick, John, 
Klein, George B., . 
Koeberle, Theodore A., 
Kohner, Moses B., . 
Lawson, Oscar V., 
Lloyd, William J , 
Ludwig, Arthur A., 
McQuillin, Francis. 
McYicker, George W., 
Macy, Sherman R., 
Malster, John C, 
Meier, Paul F. W., . 
Miller, Albert C., 
Montgomery, John H., 
Moore, Dwtght D., 
Neill, Edward R., . 
Oglesby, George D., 
Olin, Frank E., 
Park, Harry L., 
Peck, Wilfred W., . 
Pelton, J. W., 
Petermann, Peter J., 
Roberts, John E., 
Sammons, Fred W., . 
Sawyer, Lewis M., 
Schroeder, Julius H., 
Selmer, George, 
Shute, William B., . 
Smith, Harry L., 
Stamm, William F. A., 
Stone, Claremont D., . 
Taylor, John L., 
Thometz, Michael F., . 
Trott, William O., 
Voertmann, William F., 
Voight, John E., . . 
Wagner, Charles F., 
Wales, Fred M., 
Wilson, Robert E., 
Worcester, Frank D., 
Zweck, John L., 



Br) an. Tex. 

Chicago. 

Quincy. 

. Hillsdale, Mich. 

Cambridge, O. 
. Syner, Pa. 

Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Chase, Ind. 
. Cambria, Wis. 

Chicago. 
. Melvin. 

Muncie, Ind. 

Montezuma, la. 

Bellaire, O. 
. Sheboygan, Wis. 

Wellsville, O. 

Chicago. 

Bloomington. 

Rushville. 

Marion. 

Evanston. 

Winfield, Kan. 

Chicago. 

Bowling Green, O. 

South Chicago. 

Cambria, Wis. 
. Sifton, Mon. 

Burnett, Wis. 
. Chicago. 

Chicago. 
. Kilbourn City, Wis. 

Melville, N. J. 

Chicago. 

Albion, Ind. 

Libertyville. 

Shannon. 

Morrisonville. 

Portage, Wis. 

Monterey, Wis. 

Freeport. 
. Lanark. 

Cincinnati, O. 
. White Hall. 

Chicago. 



UNDERGRADUATES. 

Junior Class, - - 187 Special Students, 

Postgraduates, - - 1 



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College of Deivfal aivd Oral Surgery 



Faculty. 

HENRY WADE ROGERS, LL. D., President. 

W. W. ALLPORT, M. I)., D. I). S., 

Emeritus Professor of the Principles and Practice of Operative Dentistry. 

EDMUND ANDREWS, M. D., LL. D., 

Professor of Clinical Surgery. 

RALPH N. ISHAM, A. M., M. D., 

Professor of the Principles and Practice of Surgery. 

ELUERT WING, A. M., M. D., 

Professor of Medical Jurisprudence. 

L. P. HASKELL, D. D. S., 

Professor of Prosthetic Dentistry. 

F. C. SCHAEFER, M. D., 

Professor of Descriptive Anatomy. 

JOHN S. MARSHALL, M. D., Dean, 
Professor of Oral Surgery. 

R. F. LUDWIG, D. D. S., Treasurer, 

Professor of Clinical Operative Dentistry. 

CHARLES P. PRUYN, M. D., D. D. S., 

Professor of the Principles and Practice of Operative Dentistry. 

JOHN H. LONG, Sc. D., 

Professor of General and Medical Chemistry. 

GEORGE W. WEBSTER, M. D., 

Professor of Physiology. 

W. E. CASSELBERRY, M. D., 

Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics. 

F. S. JOHNSON, A. M., M. D., 

Professor of Pathology and Pathological Anatomy. 

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ARTHUR B. FREEMAN, M. D., I >. D. S., Secretary. 

Professor of Comparative Dental Anatomy. 

FRANK T. ANDREWS. A. M.. M. D.. 
Professor of Histology. 

ARTHUR E. MATTES* 'X. 

Professor of Dental Deformities. 

I. A. FREEMAN, 

Associate Professor of Principles and Practice of Operative Dentistry. 

GEORGE W. WHITEFIELD. M. D., D. D. S., 

Professor of Electro-Therapeutics. 

I - CLIFFORD, D. D. S., 

Professor of Dental Pathology and Therapeutics. 

BYRON S. PALMER. D. D. >.. 

Professor of Dental Techniques. 




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5eQior (?lass. 



CELLEY, LOUIS S., . . . . . . Illinois. 

Goldthorp, Ellsworth, ...... [ova. 

Harper, William E., ....... Illinois. 

Murchison, Alexander C, ...... Illinois. 

Wateriuiry, Edward M., . . . . . . Iowa. 

Winget, William B., . . . . . . . Ohio. 



UNDERGRADUATES. 

Second Year, ... g 

First Year, - - 15 



50 



Setyool of Oratory. 



ROBERT McLEAN CUMNOCK, A. M., Director. 

ADDIE LAURA MURPHY, Instructor. 

LULU ELECTA JONES, Instructor. 



Senior ^lass. 



Alexander, Ida M. 
Althouse, Gertrude A. 
Bidwell, Mary A. 
Clemens, Ida M. 
Fuller, Zula H. 
Garghill, Isabella T. 
Hewson, Ella B. 
Hoar, Ellen. 



Hutchinson, Lulu. 
Mulvane, Marguerite. 
Murray, Margaret. 
Patterson, Mary J. 
Phelps, Alfred H. 
Russell, Clara E. 
Tisdel, Fred M. 
Whitmore, Cora C. 



Jutyior <$la55. 



Aldrich, Charles S. 
Allen, Marie Evelain. 
Batchelder, Clara B. 
Baxter, Andrew L. 
Boner, Lizzie. 
Boylan, Frank C. 
Brown, Charles G. 
Brown, Gertrude L. 
Burch, William A. 
Casper, William E. 
Caughran, Harriet E. 
Clark, Cora. 
Clarke, Mary E. 
Cottrell, John W. 
Craig, Alfred E. 
Demorest, Frederick C. 



Hamilton, James. 
Irvine, Theodora. 
Loining, Jacob A. 
Mickel, Leaming H. 
Morse, Webster E. 
Mulvane, Virgiline. 
Osgood, Harriet L. 
Pearsons, Harry P. 
Penner, Herman. 
Pitner, In a. 
Rennick, Sally A 
Richey, Candace. 
Robins, Marian. 
Robinson, Anna E. 
Sanborn, Lily. 
Saunders, Albert E. 



ILLINOIS* 
LIBRARY 



EWING, WlLLlAM M. 

Farwell, Ruth. 

Karris, William. 
Fisk, Aurora T. 
Fowler, Bertha. 
Garton, Edith M. 
Geiselman, Florence. 
Gibbs, Henry C. 
Glick, Jonathan. 
Grier, James P. 
*l [aggerty, John II. 



St "i i , John Aimms. 
SHANKLIN, Will A. 
Sin man, Raphael R. 
Smii h, Martha C. 

Si EVENS, ROBERI W. 

Thompson, Charles W. 
Tucker, Ci.ara. 
Van Norman, Janet. 
Whipple, Lillian. 
Woods, John I). 




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Qoi7S<?rvatory of /T^ie. 



paedlty. 

OREN E. LOCKE, Director, 

Pianoforte, Organ, Harmony, and Composition, and the History of Music. 

FRED L. LAWRENCE, 

Pianoforte and Organ. 

JOSEPH SINGER, 

Violin, Viola, and Violoncello. 

W. WARREN CRAVES, 

Pianoforte and Organ. 

ANDREW J. PHILLIPS, 

Instructor in Vocal Culture, Singing, and Italian. 

C. MONTGOMERY HUTCHINS, 

Cornet, Clarionet, Flute, and Band Instruments. 

MRS. C. A. PHELPS, 

Harp. 

C. S. COOK, B. S., 

Lecturer on Laws of Sound. 



Elocution. 



Total Number of Students 1890, 187, 



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preparatory Department 



Fourth Year, . . , . . . . no 

Third Year. ........ 137 

Second Year, ....... 98 

First Year, ........ 14-7 

College Students, {Including !• rrabmen turn 1'iejmiatorj). . . 120 

612 



faulty. 

REV. HERBERT F. FISK, I). D., Wesleyan University, '6o, Principal 

REV. JOSEPH L. MORSE, A. M., Wesleyan University, '59. 

GEORGE H. HORSWELL, Ph. D., N. W. U., '79. 

HARRIET A. KIMBALL, Ph. M., N. W. U., '83. 

CHARLES B. THWING, A. M., N. W. U., '88. 

LEILA M. CRANDON, M. L., N. W. U., '84. 

ARTHUR R. BUTLER, A. M., Bowdoin College, '86. 

CHARLES H. GORDON, M. S., Albion College, '86. 

GEORGE W. SCHMIDT, Ph. B., Syracuse University, '88. 

HENRY BENNER, M. S., University of Michigan, '89. 

PERRY A. RENO, A. M., Allegheny College, '77. 

ADA TOWNSEND, A. B., N. W. U., 89. 



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Garrett Biblical Institute. 



Faculty. 

Rev. HENRY B. RIDGAWAY, D. D., LL. D., President. 

Rev. MINER RAYMOND, D. D., LL. D. 

Rev. CHARLES F. BRADLEY, D. D. 

Rev. MILTON S. TERRY, D. D. 

*Rev. CHARLES W. BENNETT, D. D., LL. D. 

ROBERT L. CUMNOCK, A. M. 

Rev. CHARLES HORSWELL, A. M., B. D. 

Rev. NELS E. SIMONSEN, A. M., B. D. 

Note. — Garrett Biblical Institute is situated on the same grouncry with University Hall, but 
is under a distinct, corporate government. 



* Deceased. 



Senior <$lass. 



ASADA, ElYI, . 

Barnett, John F., M. S., 
Beckwith, Franklin T., . 
Boylan, Frank G., 
Casper, William E., 
Christy, William B , . 
Clark, William, B. L., 
Colt, Don S., A. B., 
Diehl, William W., B. S., 
Dolliver, Robert H., A. M., . 
Dudley, Charles S., 
Fetzer, Amos, 
Garvin, Thomas H., 
Gibbs, Henry C, A. B., 
Gillis, Benjamin C, 
Glick, Jonathan, 
Hamilton, Joseph R., Ph. B., 
Hardy, Dana F., 
Haugan, Paul J., 
Heard, Joseph W., A. B., 
Herben, Stephen J., A. B., 
Lent, Philander S., . 



Tokuyama, Japan. 
Farmington, la. 
Defiance, la. 
Glenville, Mon. 
Parkville, Mich. 
Oregon, Mo. 
Evanston. 
Baldwin, Kas. 
Milford, Mich. 
Fort Dodge, la. 
Clarks, Neb. 
Ridgville, O. 
Evanston. 
Harristown. 
So. Royalton, Vt. 
Dighton, Kas. 
Argyle, Wis. 
Omaha, Neb. 
Chicago. 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Jersey City, N. J. 
Clear Lake, Dak. 



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Leonard, Herbert ()., Ph. 8. 

Lucas, John A., M. S., . 
Murray, Oliver E., a. B., 
Nkki.v, John W., 
NiiWsoME, Jesse, 
Nichols, Charles T., 
Oberg, Harold, A. B., 
Pinckard, James B., 
Reuter, William C, 
Rist, Franklin, 
Saunders, Albert E., 

SCHLENKER, GEORGE, 

Shanklin, Will A., A. B., . 
Tilroe, William E., 
Thompson, Samuel J., 

Woods, JOHN D., 



Minneapolis, Minn. 
I [ai per, Kas. 
Woonsockett, I)ak. 

Atlantic, la. 
( Chicago. 
Evanston. 
Portland, < )re. 
Edgar, Neb. 

Louisiana, Mo. 

Toulon. 

Evanston. 

Ro< hester, X. Y. 

Fort Scott, Kan. 

Evanston. 

I )allas, Tex. 
Wichita, Kan. 



Middlk Class, 



UNDERCLASSMEN. 

. 58 JuniorClass, 



89 



I\orwe?fai\-Daiusk Department- 



Rev. Nels F. SIMONSEN, A. M., B. D. 
Students- 



Principal. 



14. 



Swedfsk Theological Seminary- 



Rev. ALBERT ERIGSON, A. M., 
Rev. C. G. WALLENIUS, 



President. 
Assistant Professor. 



Students, 



19. 



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5i<^/T\a <?tyi. 



Founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, June 28, 1855 



COLORS: BLUE AND GOLD. 



/}etiv<? Qtyapter F{oll. 



Bucknell University, 
Dickinson College, 
Pennsylvania College, 
Cornell University, 
Stevens Institute of Technology, 
Massachusetts Institute of Techn< 
University of Virginia, 
Washington and Lee University, 
Roanoke College, 
Randolph-Macon College, 
Hampden -Sidney College, 
Ohio Wesleyan, 
Wooster University, 
University of Cincinnati, 
Ohio State University, 
Denison University. 
Center College, 
University of North Carolina, 
University of Texas, 



I >e Pauw University, 

Indiana State University, 
Butler University, 
Purdue University, 
Hanover College, 
Wabash College, 
Albion College, 
University of Michigan, 
University of Wisconsin, 
Beloit College, 
Northwestern University, 
Illinois Wesleyan, 
University of Kansas, 
University of Nebraska. 
University of California, 
Lehigh University, 
University of Minnesota, 
University of Mississippi, 
University of Southern California, 



Tulane University. 



f\\an\f)\ Qtyapters. 



Chicago, Indianapolis, New York, 

Columbus, Kansas City, Cincinnati, Lafayette, 

St. Paul, Springfield, Ohio, 

Montgomery, Washington, Lincoln. 



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;s 



Ome^a (?f?apter. 

(Sigma Chi ) 
Chartered June 23, 1869. 



pratr<?s \\) Urbe. 

Merritt C. Bragdon, A. M., M. I). Frank M. Elliot. 

Frank M. Brewer, M. I). George Lunt. 

Frederick D. Raymond, A. M. Henry A. Pearsons, A. M. 

Frank A. Fletcher. Charles A. Wightman. 

Edward H. Webster, A. M., M. D. Giles Hubbard. 

George P. Merrick. Dexter P. Donelson. 

Edwin L. Shuman. Henry Caddock. 

Frederick D. Hesler, M. D., U. S. N. Clarendon B. Eyer. 

James E. Deering. Burr M. Weeden. 

Jesse J. Shuman. 



pratn?s ity paeultat<?. 



CHICAGO MEDICAL COLLEGE. 

E. Wyli.ys Andrews, A. M., M. D. Frank T. Andrews, A. M., M. D. 

Nathan Smith Davis, Jr., A. M., M. D. 



pratr<?s 19 cltyiversitate. 



COLLEGE OF THEOLOGY. 

Byron W. Marsh. Burr M. Weeden, C. L. A., '89. 

COLLEGE OF MEDICINE. 

Charles H. Johnston. 

COLLEGE OF LAW. 

Frederick J. Tourtelotte, C. L. A., '88. 

COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS. 

Seniors. 

William T. Alden. A. Horace Phelps. R. Roy Shuman. 

Harry F. Wakeman. Charles L. Steyens. 

Juniors. 

William C. Van Benschoten. Edmund Ludlow. Louis D. Wallace. 

Sophomores. 
Francis W. Hemenway. Frank G. Jackson. George P. Hills. 

, Freshmen. 

Fred P. Vose. Robert R. Stevens. Harry E. Ambler. 

Phil B. Kohlsaat. Arthur B. Harbert. Carl R. Latham. 

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pf?i f^appa Si^ma. 



Founded at the University of Pennsylvania, October 20. 1850. 



COLORS: BLACK AND GOLD. 



/Ktii/^ <$l?apt<?rs. 



A. University of Pennsylvania. 

A. Washington and Jefferson. 

Z. Franklin and Marshall. 

H. University of Virginia. 

A. University of North Carolina. 
T. Randolph-Macon. 

T. Northwestern University. 

<1>. Richmond College. 

12. Haverford College. 

"iP. Pennsylvania State College. 



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%S^~ 






-I 



dpsiloi? <?h?apt<?r. 



(Phi Kappa Sigma.) 



Founded at Northwestern University in 1872. 



Fratr<?s in drbe. 

W. A. Singleton, A, '50. M. M. Gridley, '83. 

C. B. Rice, '78. L. S. Rice, '83. 

F. B. Dyche, '80. E. B. Quinlan, ex-'83. 

F. L. Rice, '8i. W. A. Phillips, '83. 

W. A. Dyche, '82. Conrad Bunn, ex-'84. 

F. W. Cleveland, '82. Charles S. Raddin, '84. 
W. D. Sargent, '84. 



prat<?r in paeultat^. 

Frank S. Johnson, A. M., M. D. 

prates i 17 £]piver$itate. 

Senior. 
Robert K. Nisbet. 

Juniors. 

E. P. Cook, Jr. Ralph H. Smith. 

Frederick W. Belknap. Thomas C. Hollingshead. 

Richard G. Hartley. 

Sophomores. 

George W. Baker. George B. Dyche. 

Charles K. Sherman. 

Freshmen. 

Samuel A. Benton. Robert A. Campbell. 

George L. Woodard. 

In Preparatory. 
Henry A. Moehlenpah. 



Beta Jtyeta pi. 



Founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. July, 1839. 



COLORS: PINK AND BLUE. 



Harvard, 

Brown, 

Boston, 

Maine State, 

Hampden Sidney, 

Amherst, 

Dartmouth, 

Stevens, 

Cornell, 

St. Lawrence, 

Union, 

Columbia, 

Syracuse, 

Dickinson, 

Johns Hopkins, 

University of Pennsylvania, 

Pennsylvania State, 

Colgate, 

Cincinnati, 

Bethany, 



Boston, 
Baltimore, 
Chicago, 
Cincinnati, 



/Ktive chapter FJoll. 

Virginia, Missouri, 

Richmond, Ohio State, 

Randolph-Macon, De Pauw, 

Centre, Indiana, 

Cumberland, Michigan, 

Mississippi, Wabash, 

Vanderbilt, Hanover, 

Texas, Knox, 

Miami, Beloit, 

Ohio, Iowa State, 

Western Reserve, Iowa Wesley an, 

Washington-Jefferson, Wisconsin, 

Ohio Wesleyan, Northwestern, 

University of North Carolina. Westminster, 

Wittenberg, Kansas, 

Denison, California, 

Wooster, Denver, 

Kenyon, Nebraska, 

Wesleyan, Davidson, 
Minnesota, 

piumni <$l?apters. 

Cleveland, Providence, 

Denver, Richmond, 

Indianapolis, San Francisco, 

New York, St. Paul. 
Wheeling. 



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/// /'/, -/ /'tillir 



l^t?o Q?apter. 

(Beta Theta pi.) 



Founded July 30, 1873. 



pratn?s ir? clrb<?. 

Rev. Henry A. Delano. Philip R. Shumway. 

William A. Hamilton. Frank C. Whitehead. 

Darwin H. Cheney. Frank E. Lord. 

Joseph B. Hubbard. Rev. Charles H. Zimmerman. 

I. R. Hitt. Rev. Harvey Calkins. 

Charles G. Lewis. 



pratres ii} paeultate. 

Prof. J. H. Long. Prof. W. W. Jaggard. 

Prof. James T. Hatfield. Oren E. Locke. 

pratres \T) cli?iu<?rsitat<?. 

COLLEGE OF MEDICINE. 

Arthur R. Edwards. 

COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS. 

Seniors. 

William D. Barnes. John P. Adams. Ward B. Sawyer. 

Fred M. Tisdel. Charles H. Zimmerman. 

Juniors. 
Ernest B. Hoag. Charles A. Phillips. Thomas H. Lewis. 

Henry M. Echlin. Henry P .Hatfield. 

Sophomore. 
Wilfred F. Beardsley. 

Freshmen. 

Ransom E. Kennicott. Harry W. Whitehead. 

Clarence Dickinson. Robert R. Kendall. 

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pi?i l\appa psi. 



Founded February, 1852, at Jefferson College, Penn. 



COLORS: PINK AND LAVENDER. 



/Ktive Chapter Roll. 



Washington and Jefferson College, 

Allegheny College, 

Bucknell University, 

Pennsylvania College, 

Dickinson College, 

Franklin and Marshall College, 

Lafayette College, 

Swarthmore College, 

Cornell University, 

Syracuse University, 

Hobart College, 

Madison University, 

University of Virginia, 

Washington and Lee University, 

Hampden-Sidney University, 

Columbian College, 

University of South Carolina, 

University of 



Ohio Wesleyan University, 
Wittenberg College, 
Wooster University, 
Ohio State University, 
De Pauw University, 
Indiana State University, 
Wabash College, 
Northwestern University, 
University of Michigan,' 
University of Wisconsin, 
Beloit College, 
University of Iowa, 
University of Minnesota, 
University of Kansas, 
University of Pacific, 
Johns Hopkins University, 
University of Mississippi, 
West Virginia. 



/Mumni Associations. 



Pittsburgh. Cincinnati. 

New York. 



Springfield. 



Chicago. 



Minnesota. 



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WiQoi5 /Mptya 



i Phi Kappa Psi .1 



praties i9 Urb^. 



Wii.ber J. Andrews. A. M. 
George A. Bass, Ph. B. 
Charles K. Bannister. A. M. 
William M. Raymond, A. M. 
Perkins B. Bass, A. B. 



William C. Comstock, A. B. 

Charles M. Stuart. A. M., B. D. 
Fred C. Collins. 
J. E. Christy, A. B. 
Tames P. Grier, A. B. 



pratr<?s ir? pacultate. 



Robert Baird, A. M., 

Chair of Greek. 
Charles W. Pearson. A. M., 

Chair of English Literature. 
George M. Schmidt, Ph. B., 

Instructor in German and French. 



George H. Horswell, Ph. D., 

Instructor in Latin and German, 
Charles Horswell, A. M., B. D., 

Instructor in Greek and Hebrew, G. B. I. 
J. Harrison Cole, 

Instructor in Penmanship. 



Charles B. Thwing, A. M., Instructor in Physics. 

pratres ir? clniversitat?. 

COLLEGE OF THEOLOGY. 

Stephen J. Herben, A. B. 

CHICAGO MEDICAL COLLEGE. 



G. Paul Marquis, A. B. 

Carl Stutsman, Ph. B. 



W. S. Haven. A. M. 

R. B. Preble, A. B. 

COLLEGE OF LAW. 
George W. Dixon, A. B. Charles S. Graves, A. B. 

James P. Grier, A. B. Charles P. Abbey, A. B. 

Fred I. Loomis, A. B. Wirt E. Humphrey, Ph. B. 

COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS. 

Seniors. 
Stewart A. Maltman. Thomas C. Moulding. 

Juniors. 
Charles Henry Bucks. John A. Bellows. 

Daniel W. Terry. John Walz. 



J. Lewis Alabaster. 
Alfred H. Henry. 



Sophomores. 
Walter A. Dempsey. William M. Ewing. 

J. Frank Oates. Elias W. Ward. 

Freshmen. 

A. Clarence Abel. James K. Bass. J. Harrison Cole. 

John Mark Ericson. Grant Van Sant. 

Jared W. Young. William S. Young. 



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D<?lta dpsiloi). 



Founded at Williams College, 1834. 



COLORS: SAPPHIRE AND OLD GOLD. 



/}<;tiv<? <$l?apt:<?rs. 



Williams, 






Union, 




Hamilton, 


Amherst, 






Adelbert, 




Colby, 


Rochester, 






Middlebury, 




Rutgers, 


Brown, 






Madison, 




New York. 


Cornell, 






Marietta, 


, 


Syracuse, 


Michigan, 






Northwestern, 




Harvard, 


Wisconsin, 






Lafayette, 




Columbia, 


Lehigh, 






Tufts, 




DePauw, 




Pei 


insylvania, 




Minnesota. 





New England, 
Rhode Island, 
Syracuse, 



/llumtyi chapters. 

Western New England, 
New York. 
Cleveland, 
Buffalo. 



Rochester, 

Chicago, 

Minneapolis. 



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O^'qN ^ 00 % 




n, ,k,, ft, i h, 



|\[ortf/u^sterr; Chapter, 



(Delta Upsilon.) 



Established February 18, 1880. 



pratn?s ir? Urbe. 

Frank G. Middlekauff, B. S. Frederick Arnd, A. B. 

Shelby M. Singleton. William R. Parkes, Ph. B. 

Park E. Simmons. 

prater ii? paeultatt?. 

George W. Hough, A. M., 
Professor of Astronomy and Director of Dearborn Observatory.. 

pratn?s ii) Ut)\\j er$'\tate. 

COLLEGE OF THEOLOGY. 

Herbert G. Leonard, Ph. B. James F. Clancy. 

COLLEGE OF LAW. 

William E. Clarke, Jr., A. B. George Packard, A. B. 

Shelby M. Singleton. 

COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS. 

Seniors. 

*John H. Haggerty. Ray C. Harker. 

Amary S. Haskins. William B. Walrath. 

yuniors. 

Alfred W. Burton. William B. Doble. 

Albert S. Mason. Hart R. Sweeney. 

Sophomores. 

Charles S. Aldrich. George E. Cotter. Wilbur F. Tomlinson. 

Joseph L. Walker. Willis E. Way. Ayery R. Hayes. 

Freshmen. 

William B. Bonnifield. John W. Dickey. James H. Dickson. 

John R. Lemon. Howard T. Ricketts. 

Del. B. Thompson. Harry B. Wilkinson. 



*Deceased. 

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plpfca Pl?i. 



Founded at Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y., 1872 



COLORS: BORDEAUX AND SILVER GRAY. 



/ktii/e^QI?apter I^oll, 



Alpha — Syracuse University, '72. 

Beta — Northwestern University, '81. 
Eta — Boston University, '83. 

Gamma — De Pauw University, '87. 

Delta— Cornell University, '89. 

Epsilon — Minnesota State, '90. 

Chicago Alumnae Association, '89. 

Boston Alumnae Association, '89. 



6S 



£$ i f 




B<?ta <?tyapter. 



I ALPHA Phi. ) 



Established, May, 1881, 



5oror<?s \T) drb<?. 

Frances E. Willard. Mary E. Henry, '85. 

Harriet Towle Perrin, '87. Lizzie Hill Leek, '87. 

Frances Towle Collins, '87. Anna Towle, '87. 

Helen Pearsons Calkins, '88. Stella Bass, 



Soror \r) pacultate. 

Rena A. Michaels, 
Dean of Woman's College and Professor of French. 



5oron?s \t) cjQiver$itate. 

Seniors. 

Olive Finley. Ida T. Stayer. Minnie R. Terry. May L. Bennett. 

Mary Maltman. Anna E. Robinson. 

Gertrude Simmons. Martha C. Smith. 

Juniors. 
Mary Chattle. Harriet L. McCasky. 

Sophomores. 

Fannie Alabaster. Helen Carpenter. Mary E. Plimpton. 

Mary Singleton. Delight Sanborn. 

Freshmen. 

Fanny Gates. Grace E. Germain. Charlotte B. Hayes. 

Minnie B. Turner. Eyie A. Vail. 

Anna C. McConnell. Alice S. Freeman. 



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D^lta <^amma. 



Founded at Oxford, Miss., 1872 



COLORS: BRONZE, PINK AND BLUE. 



/}etiv<? Qtyapter F{oll 



Eta— Buchtel College. 

Omega — Wisconsin State University. 
Lambda — Minnesota State. 

Sigma — Northwestern University. 

Delta — Univ. of Southern California. 

Alpha — Mount Union College. 
Chi — Cornell University. 

Xi — Michigan State University. 

Phi — Colorado State University. 

Tau — Iowa State University. 

Zeta — Albion College. 

Kappa — University of Nebraska. 



/3lu(r\nae Chapter. 

Theta — Adelrert. 



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< mu 






$i$ma <?h?apter. 



1 Delta Gamma. 



Established March, 1882. 



5orore5 ir? Urbe. 

Elizabeth R. Hunt. '77. Anna L. Crandon, '83. 

Helen Redfield Horswell, S4. Leila M. Crandon, '84. 

Alida G. White, ex-'S$. Harriet E. Butler, ex'9: 

Katherine E. Redfield, ex-'S;. Sara M. Foster, ex-'&g. 

Katherine E. Allen. Aurora T. Fisk, "90. 
Rose Birch Hitt, University of Wisconsin, 'S7. Louise E. Rtce. ex-'cji. 

Alice Cummings Bonbright. Mary W. Lord, ex-'g^. 



Soror ir? paeultate. 

Harriet A. Kimball, Instructor in French. 



Sorores ir? dQiver$itate. 

juniors. 
Helen Babcock. Ethel Baker. 

Freshmen. 
Anna Hitchcock. Eva Swan. 

Louise Redfield. Elizabeth Whitely. 

Anna Smith. Antoinette Meinhardt 

Jutiior Elocution. 
Candace Richey. 



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f^appa ^appa (Jam/T)a. 



Founded at Monmouth College, Monmouth, III., 1870. 



COLORS: LIGHT BLUE AND DARK BLUE. 



fletlve Qtyapter Ffoll. 

ALPHA PROVINCE. 

Phi — Boston. Beta Beta —St. Lawrence. Beta Tau— Syracuse. 

Psr— Cornell. Beta Alpha — Pennsylvania State. 

Beta Epsilon — Barnard. Gamma Rho — Allegheny. 

BETA PROVINCE. 

Lamda — Buchtel. Beta Gamma — Wooster. Beta Delta— Michigan State. 

Beta Nu— Ohio State. Xi— Adrian. 

Kappa — Hillsdale. 

GAMMA PROVINCE. 

Delta — -Indiana State. 

Iota — De Pauw. 

Mu— Butler. 

Eta — Wisconsin State. 

Upsilon — Northwestern. 

Epsilon— Illinois Wesleyan. 

DELTA PROVINCE. 

Chi — Minnesota State. 

Beta Zeta — Iowa State. 

Thkta — Missouri State. 

Sigma — Nebraska State. 

Omega— Kansas State, 



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■kvL 




■MX^ ^ 



Dr^ka J'ml, 



dpsilop (j^apter. 



(Kappa Kappa Gamma ) 



5orores \r) Urbe. 

Julia A. Ames. May E. Van Benschoten, '86. 

Fannie Simpson, '84. Kate M. Ai.ling, '87. 

Kate Simpson, ex-'85. ' Emma Thompson, ex-'87- 

Mary S. Morse, ex-'86. Beli.e E. Alling, '88. 

Leila Jones, '82. Minnie Hamline, ex-'88. 
Isabel R. Morse, '90. 



5orores ii? Upiversitate. 



Juniors. 
Nettie J. Hunt. Effie W. Miller. 

Maude M. Smith. Harriet L. Osgood. 

Sophomores. 

Harriet J£*Caughran. Ellen Knapp. 

Freshmen. 
Edith M. Baker. Alice K. Hill. 

WlLLAMINE CAUGHRAN. JOSEPHINE E. YOUNG. 

Myra E. Tubbs. Grace Owen. 



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^appa fllptya Jfyeta. 



Founded at De Pauw University, Greencastle, Ind., Jan. 27, 1870. 



COLORS: BLACK AND GOLD. 



fiet'we Q7apt<?r FJoll. 

A. De Pauw University, 1870. 

B. Indiana State University, 1870. 

A. Illinois Wesleyan University, 1875. 
E. Wooster University, 1875. 

I. Cornell University, 188 1. 

K. University of Kansas, 1881. 

A. University of Vermont, 188 1. 

M. Allegheny College, 1881. 

N. Hanover College, 1882. 
0. University of Southern California, 1887. 
n. Albion College, 1887. 

P. University of Nebraska, 1887. 

T. Northwestern University, 1887. 

T. University of Minnesota, 1889. 

<!>. University of the Pacific, 1889. 

X. Syracuse University, 1889. 

-f. University of Wisconsin, 1890. 

£2. University of California, 1890. 



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5au (^apter. 

(Kappa Alpha Theta.) 



Established September 29, 1887. 



Sorores \t) 11t)\\j ersltate, 



Senior. 
Lina Kennedy. 

Juniors. 
Lulu B. Berkey. 

Rose M. Berkey. 

Minnie E. Church. 

Jennie H. Meredith. 

May E. Gloss. 

Sophomore. 
Henrietta Jennings. 

Freshmen. 
Edith M. Cruver. 

Josephine Fitch. 

Ella E. Gary. 

Eva J. Lee. 

Lucy D. Sheldon. 

Nellie M. Stephens. 



School of Oratory. 

Senior. 
Marguerite Mulvane. 

Junior. 
Edith M. Garton. 



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(Jamma pf?i Beta. 



Founded at Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y., 1874. 



COLORS: SEAL BROWN AND FAWN. 



I^oli of Qtyapters. 



Alpha — Syracuse University, 1874. 

Beta — Michigan State University, 1882. 

Gamma — Wisconsin State University, 1886. 
Delta — Boston University, 1887. 

Epsilon — Northwestern University, 1888. 



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Epsilor? <?tyapt^r. 



(Gamma Phi Beta.) 



Sorores \T) Urbe. 

Pearl Farwell. Olive M. Foster, ex'92. 

Caroline Clifford, "90. 

Sorores ir; dipiuersitatq. 

Seniors. 

Mary B. Holderman. Livonia R. Kay. 

Myrtle Whitney. 

Junior. 
Mary E. Patterson. 

Sophomores. 
Mary A. Lyford. Antoinette Shryock. 

Freshmen. 

Elva Barber. Kittie McKenzie. 

Jennie Wicks. 



School of Oratory. 

Senior. 
Zula Filler. 



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pratertyity <?OQV<?i?tior}s. 



Sigma Chi, .... August, '92, Chicago, 111. 

Phi Kappa Sigma, . January, '92, Philadelphia, Pa. 

{District Convention, April, '93, . Lawrence, Kan. 
Grand Arch Council, April, '92, . Cincinnati, O. 

Beta Theta Pi, . . August, '91, Wooglin-on-Chautauqua. 

Delta Upsilon, . . October, 91, Harvard, Mass. 

Alpha Phi October, '91, Ithaca, N. Y. 

Delta Gamma, . . May, '91, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Kappa Kappa Gamma, August, '92, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Kappa Alpha Theta, July, '91, Burlington, Vt. 

Gamma Phi Beta, . November, '91, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



7S 



. . . pratertyities . . . 

OF OTJHER 

Departments of tfye dpiu^rsity. 



/Mptya <i>\)\ Ome^a. 



(Music Sorority.) 



Founded at De Pauw University, Greencastle, Ind., 1885. 



COLORS: SCARLET AND OLIVE GREEN. 



/}etiv<? Q^apter I^oll. 



Alpha— De Pauw University, 1885. 

Beta — Albion University, 1886. 

Gamma — Northwestern University, 1890. 

Delta — Allegheny College, 1891. 



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(Alpha Chi Omega. 1 



Established November 14, 1890. 



Sorores ity ^ppsen/atorio. 

Seniors. 
Laura W. Budlong. El Fleda Coleman. 

Mary J. Satterfield. Mary B. Walker. 

Middle. 

Eva Brown. Lu Plate. 

Mary E. Stanford. B. Grace Slaughter. 

Juniors. 

Mary C. Burdick. Janet Marshall. 

Pearl H. Rising. Lizzie Seine. 



SI 



pi?i Delta pf?i 



Law Fraternity. 



Founded 1869. 



COLORS: WINE AND PEARL BLUE. 



petiue Ql?ap(;<?r F{oll. 



IN ORDER OF SENIORITY. 

Kent — University of Michigan. 

Booth — Northwestern University (U. C. L.) 
Story — Columbia College. 

Cooley — St. Louis Law School. 

Pomeroy — University of California. 

Marshall— Washington (D. C.) Law School. 
Jay — Albany Law School. 

Webster — Boston University. 

Hamilton — Cincinnati Law School. 

GlRSON — University of Pennsylvania. 

Waite — Yale University. 

C HO ate — Harvard University. 

Field — University of New York City. 
CONKLING— Cornell University. 

Tiedeman — University of Missouri. 
Minor — University of Virginia. 

Dillon — University of Minnesota. 
Chase— University of Oregon. 

Daniels — Buffalo Law School. 

Harlan — University of Wisconsin. 



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Booth? <?f?apl:<?r. 



(Phi Delta Phi.) 



Established 1877. 



fratres in Urb<?. 



J. A. Blrhans, A. B. 

Jay J. Read. 

H. B. Walmslev. 

F. W. Walker. 

C. E. Anthony. A. B. 

George M. Rogers, A. B. 

Frank H. Scott, A. B. 

F. E. Lansing, A. B. 

F. L. Brooks. 

W. L. Davis. 

E. B. Felsenthal, A. B. 
A. K. Manning. 

W. A. Paulsen. 
L. C. Ruth. 
J. R. West. 
S. C. Brooks. 
J. H. Fitch. 
H. G. Fitch. 
X. W. Halsey. 

F. A. Helmer, A. B. 
A. Lund. 

J. A. May. 

J. O. HlNKLEY. 

F. A. Smith, A. B. 

M. H. Whitney. 

M. W. Pinckney, B. S. 

H. C. Van Shaack, A. B. 

James E. Babb, B. S. 

F. L. Douglas, A. B. 
E. T. Glennon. 

G. E. Porter. 

C. W. Shurtleff. 



IN CLASS ORDER. 

L. Weinschenck, A. B. 

Arthur D.Wheeler, A.B. 

Walpole Wood. 

A. H. Adams. 

E. S. Cummings, A. B. 

M. M. Gridley, Ph. B. 

L. A. McDonald. 

S. D. Snow. 

J. S. Going, A. B. 

E. Maher. 

H. N. Cooper. 

T. D. Knight, A. B. 

F. A. Bangs. 

F. H. Clark, A. B. 
H. W. Stillman. 
S. A. Wheeler. 
F. P. Hopkins. 
F. H. McCulloh. 
A. B. Camp, A. B. 
J. B. Anthony. 

E. F. Runyan, Jr. 
A. S. J. Magruder. 
Grant Newell, A. B. 

F. C. Caldwell. 

G. N. Morgan, B. L. 

E. A. Aborn, A. B. 
H. C. Adcock, A. B. 
G. D. Anthony, A. B. 

F. L. Velde, A. B. 
A. W. Barn i m. 

C. C. Bowerstock. 
H. N. Culver. 



W. A. Doyle. 

F. O. Lowden, A. B. 

C. B. Moore. 

F. B. Pease. 

J. M. PURSELL. 

F. L. Wean. 
W. E. Foster. 

T. E. D. Bradley. 
Harry Hamill. 
W. R. Heath. 
J. F. Madden. 
S. S. Parks, A. B. 

G. J. Norden. 
Guy Brockway. 
J. P. Gardner. 

J. H. Hopkins, B. S. 
M. O. Naramore, A. B. 
S. E. Vermilyea. 
W. H. Allen. 
C. A. Buell. 
M. A. Drezmal. 
C. R. Francis. 
T. A. Hendricks. 

S. L. LOWENTHAL. 

J. A. McKeever. 

C. C. Stillwell, B. S. 

H. W. Wells. 

W. W. Allen. 

L. W. Winchester. 

W. C. McCallum. 

A. B. Stratton, Ph. B. 

C. E. Piper, A. B. 



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II. M. Carter. 

W. 1 1. Safford. 

G. R. Mitchell, A. B. 

W. W. Ross, A. B. 
G. E. Read. 



II. K. CdDY, 15. S. 

('. G. Hawley. 

R. W. Kin.;. 

C. W. Martyn, B. s. 

s. F. Hawley. Ph. 15. 



J. II. Garnsey. 

A. Ross. 

I. S. Sjikimski. 

B. M. Smith, B. s. 

C. w. Voung, I'll. B. 



pratres \t) paeultate. 



President Henry Wadk Rogers, LL. I). 

Dean Henry Booth, LL. I). 

Hon. William W. Farwell. 

Hon. Harvey B. Hi rd. 



pratres \\) d^iu^rsitat^. 



Senior Class 
C. E. Antram, B. S. 

L. Cassidy, B. S. 

W. E. Clarke, Jr., A. B. 

W. A. CONOVER 

E. H. Dupee, A. B. 

M. Emrick. 

F. N. Gavit. 
S. E. Knecht, B. S. 

C. W. Lefler, B. A. 



J. H. McBroom, B. S. 

II. MclNDOE, B. S. 
W. W. MlLLNER. 

C. F. Morse. 

H. Olson. 
G. Packard, A. B. 
H. W. Schoelkoff, Jr. 

P. P. Taylor, Ph. B. 
E. C. West wood. 



R. S. Ludington. 



G. H. Wilson, A. B. 




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literary 5 oe ' e,: ies. 



5@[yy 




Officers. 



SPRING TERM, 1891 



CHESTER MASSLICH, 
HOWARD T. RICKETTS, 
LESLIE W. BEEBE, 
B. H. PAINE, 
J. F. ROBERTS, . 
JARED W. YOUNG, 
ROBERT W. STEVENS, 
JOHN M. ERICSON, 
BENJAMIN RIST, 



Presideni . 
Vice-President. 

Secretary. 
Treasurer. 
Sergeant- at- Arms. 

Critic. 
Organist. 
Chorister. 
Chaplain. 



/T\emb<?rs. 



Leslie \V. Beebe. 
A. F. Butters. 
Fred L. Charles. 
C. B. Earnhart. 
W. L. Eddy. 
John M. Ericson. 
J. E. Fluck. 
H. O. Hamilton. 
M. M. Harris. 
R. W. E. Hayes. 
N. W. JUDD. 

William C. Kraft. 
E. C. Marshall 
Chester Masslich. 



B. H. Paine. 
H. E. Patten. 
Albert Poppenhusen. 
John C. Rausmeier. 
Howard T. Ricketts. 
Benjamin Rist. 
J. F. Roberts 
Robert W. Steyens. 
H S. Thayer. 
Henry Veith. 
F. P. Vosk. 
Harry B. Wilkinson. 
W. F. Wilson. 
Jared W. Young. 






Will S. Young. 



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Ju/eptietf? Qeptury Qub. 



♦JOHN H. HAGGERTY, 
LIXA KENNEDY, . 
C. H. ZIMMERMAN, 

MARY P>. HOLDERMAX 



Officers. 



President. 
Yice-President. 
Secretary. 
Treaslrer. 



($t?airmen of Sections. 



LUAXXA VERNON, 

JOHX A. WALZ, 

CORA M. RAWLINS, . 

MINNIE R. TERRY, 

D. W. TERRY, . 

H. M. ECHLIX, 

CHARLES H. ZIMMERMAN, 



Philosophy. 
Philology. 

Art. 

History. 

Science. 

Political Science. 

Literature. 



* Deceased. 



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Ossoli. 



Officers. 



MYRTLE E. MATTISON, 
SUSIE LAWRENCE, . 
CLARA ODGERS, . 
JOSEPHINE STAHL, . 
LUANNA VERNON, 
ALICE HART, . 
HATTIE McCASKY, 
JESSIE JOHNSON, 



. President. 
Vice-President 

. Secretary. 

Treasurer. 
. Chaplain. 

Chorister. 
. Critic. 

Marshal. 



(T)emb<?rs. 



Clara B. Batchelder. 
Lizzie Boner. 
May L. Bennett. 
Helen Bar-cock. 
Ethel Baker. 
Lulu B. Berkey. 
Rose M. Berkey. 
Gertrude L. Brown. 
Mary Chattel. 
Minnie E. Church. 
Mamie Comstock. 
Harriet E. Caughran. 

( >LIVE FlNLEY. 

Bertha Fowler. 



Alice Hart. 
Mary B. Holderman. 
Nettie J. Hunt. 
Henrietta M. Jennings. 
Jessie Johnson. 
Livonia R. Kay. 
Lina Kennedy. 
Susie Lawrence. 
Myrtle E. Mattison. 
Mary Maltman. 
Haiti e McCasky. 
Etta Murray. 
Ida Okey. 
Clara Odgers. 



Mary Patterson. 
Mary Plimpton. 
Anna Robinson. 
Ida Simonson. 
Pauline Simonson. 
Eva G. Simmons. 
Martha Smith. 
Maude Smith. 
Delight Sanborn. 
Josephine Stahl. 
Florence Tabor. 
Maude Tabor. 
Minnie Terry. 
Luanna Vernon. 



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\\\Y)fr\a\). 



Officers. 



H. P. WILSON, . 
W. T. SCOTT, 
W. W. WILKINSON, 
L. H. KNOX, 
W. M. EWING, . 
S. P. JOHNSTON, . 
L. A. NTES, 
T. K. GALE, 
T. E. REAM, 



. President. 

Vice-President. 
. Vice-President. 

Secretary. 
. Treasurer. 

Critic. 
. Chorister. 

Chaplain. 
. Sergeant-at-Arms. 



/ne^bers. 



J. N. Adee. 
J. L. Admire. 
B. F. Beazell. 

J. E. BONEBRIGHT. 

A. W. Burton. 

E. P. Cook. 

F. R. Corbin. 
W 7 . M. Ewing. 
William Farris. 
E. B. Fowler. 
H. A. Fraser. 
T. K. Gale. 

C. D. Wilson. 
W. F. Wilson. 



R. C. Harker. 
H. L. Harvkv. 
A. S. Haskins. 
R. N. Holt. 
S. P. Johnston. 
C. A. Keli.ey. 
F. M. Kindig. 
L. H. Knox. 
H. E. Leach. 
M. D. Mattison. 
T. C. Moulding. 
L. A. Nies. 



C. H. Perrine. 

T. E. Ream. 

J. A. Scott. 

W. T. Scott. 

C. T. Shronts. 

N. F. Smith. 

G. P. Sturges. 

George Tupper. 

J. L. Walker. 

W. E. Way. 

M. G. Wenz. 

W. W. Wilkinson. 
H. P. Wilson. 
W. L. Wilson. 



89 



D<?utsef?er l/ereip. 



Officers. 



W. S. YOUNG, . 
MYRA TUBBS, 
LOTTA HAYES, . 
W. P. OSGOOD, 
JOHN WALZ, 
E. C. MARSHALL, 



President. 

Vice-President. 

Secretary. 

Treasurer. 
Critic. 

Chorister. 



(Hemb^rs. 



Elva Barber. 
Laura Budlong. 
Mima Caughran. 
Hattie Caughran. 
Josephine Fitch. 
Alice Freeman. 
Fanny Gates. 
Jennie Oilman. 
Lou Grover. 
Lotta Hayes. 
N. W. Judd. 
Robert Lloyd. 



E. C. Marshall. 
W. P. Osgood. 
Lily Rice. 
Fred Roberts. 
Lucy Sheldon. 
Ida Simonson. 
Mary Singleton. 
S. T. Smetters. 
Louise Swail. 
Myra Tubbs. 
Jennie Wicks. 
W. S. Young. 



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/T\assasoit. 



Officers. 



JOHN N. AUEE, 
F. R. CORBIN, 
H. A. FRASER, . 
E. L. COLEBECK, . 

B. H. PAINE, 

C. B. EARNHEART, 
H. E. LEACH, . 

L. A. NIES, . 
ARTHUR FLEAGER, . 



President. 

Vice-President. 

Vice-President. 

Vice-President. 

Vice-President. 

Secretary. 

Treasurer. 

Chorister. 

Sergeant- at- Arms. 



(nember$. 



John Adee. 
B. F. Beazell. 

B. F. Berryman. 
A. F. Butters. 

E. L. Colebeck. 

F. R. Corbin. 
William Farris. 
H. B. Fisher. 
Arthur Fleager. 
J. E. Fluck. 

H. A. Fraser. 
E. C. Haagenson. 

C. R. Hartman. 
H. L. Harvey. 
J. G. Hensel. 

George Jamison. 



E. C. Johnson. 
S. P. Johnston. 
C. A. Kelley. 

F. M. Kindig. 
L. H. Knox. 

A. A. Kraft. 
H. E. Leach. 
J. J. Maii.ley. 

B. F. March. 

M. D. Mattison. 
W. E. Morse. 
L. A. Nies. 
Bayard H. Paine. 
H. E. Patten. 

C. PI. Perrine. 

E. F. PoMER< 



G. N. Power. 

T. E. Ream. 

F. A. Reynolds. 

Benjamin Rist. 

J. A. Scott. 

W. T. Scott. 

C. F. Shronts. 

J. J. Shutterly. 

Newland F. Smith. 

A. L. Stebbings. 

E. H. Towle. 

M. G. Wexz. 

C. D. Wilson. 

H. P. Wilson. 

W. L. Wilson. 



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E^jptyroQia. 

OF PREPARATORY. 



Officers, 



Spring Term, 1891 . 



FRANK McELWAIN, 
R. A.rSTEEN, . 
FRED GILLETTE, 
W. D. LOWEY, 
E. B. WITWER, 
FREDERICK HAVEN, 
W. WILLIAMS, 
J. R. THOMPSON, 
A. H. SCHAAD, 
GEORGE' MASSLICH, 
D. WILSON, 



Presideni . 

Vk i. President. 

Secretary. 

Fina nci a i. Secretary 

Treasurer. 

Critic. 

Ambassador. 

Chaplain. 

Organist. 

Chorister. 

Sergeant-at Arms. 



(uefflb<?rs. 



W. J. Brient. 

C. E. BlLLIG. 

M. D. Bush. 

B. R. Barber. 

C. C. Cissell. 
C. B. Cook. 

F. H. Cox. 

E. C. Crowell. 
H. R. Daniel. 

G. W. Ellvin. 

F. Gillette. 

F. S. Haven. 

G. J. Hough. 

H. L.' Houghton. 



W. Kelley. 

C. W. Lockridge. 
J. A. Loining. 

W. D. Lowy. 
G. B. Masslich. 
W. E. Marsh. 
F. McElwain. 

D. McKenzie. 
H. B/Merwin. 
H. E. Morris. 
I. E. Ozanne. 
F. B. Patten. 

C. S. Price. 

D. E. Reynolds. 
J. A. Schaad. 



J. C. Singleton. 
A. W. Skelsey. 
L. D. Sisson. 
W. F. Smith. 
G. W. Spunner. 
J. R. Stead, 
R. A. Steen. 
J. R. Thompson. 
R. H. Wareield. 
J. D. Welling. 
VV. H. Williams. 
O. T. Wilson. 
R. E. Wilson. 
E. B.'Witwer. 



92 



pf?ilo(T)atf?ia. 



of Preparatory. 



Officers. 



E. R. McCASKEY, 

F. L. JOHNSON, 
A. S. PETERS, . 
A. D. ROWE, . 

C. R. ADAIR, 
S. A. WATERMAN, 
E. B. SHERMAN, 
W. J- CAMPBELL, 
C. K. BUTTERS, . 



President. 

Vice-President. 

Secretary. 

Treasurer. 

Critic. 

Chaplain. 

Ambassador. 

Organist. 

Sergeant-at-Armj 



/T)efl\b<?rs. 



C. R. Adair. 
W. S. Asher. 
L. Beason. 

B. B. Bell. 

E. P. Bennett. 

C. C. Boner. 
H. B. Boomer. 
C. K. Butters. 
W. G. Campbell. 
J. Chapman. 

W. M. Cook. 
H. W. Craven. 
J. M. Eldredge. 
B. E. Emmett. 
R. J. George. 

A. W. GlLLILAN. 

B. E. Graves. 

A. C. Hendrickson. 
K. Hendrickson. 
T. P. Howard. 



B. E. Jacobs. 

F. L. Johnson. 
W. B. Jones. 
M. H. Jordan. 

D. A. Kreamer. 

C. D. Lee. 

C. V. La Fontaine. 
J. Lamay. 

B. H. Marsh. 
M. A. Matthews. 

G. D. Mitchell. 

H. A. MOEHLENPAH. 

J. P. Morton. 

E. F. Murray. 
J. G. Orchard. 
J. W. Paterson. 
H. P. Pearsons. 

D. Petroff. 
M. S. Pettit. 
A. E. Ioder. 



A. S. Peters. 

W. E. PlLCHER. 

A. D. Rowe. 

E. B. Sherman. 
L. W. Shirley. 
C. D. Smith. 
W. J. Stebbins. 

F. T. Takasugi. 
L. L. Thomas. 
T. F. Troxell. 

G. S. Tubbs. 

A. L. Umpleby. 
G. Van Sant. 
A. J. Waller. 
S. A. Waterman. 
F. H. Wilson. 
P. L. Windsor. 
S. Wirsching. 

C. S. WOOLFOLK. 
W. W. WOOLWORTH. 



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I^epsia. 



OF PREPARATORY. 



Officers. 



MAUDE ALEXANDER, 
THEO. A. IRVINE, 
NEENAH M. WAKEMAN, 
CARRIE WOODS, 
FANNIE WATSON. 
FANNIE STEVENS, 
EFFA DAVIS, 
SADIE DART, . 
ORA WAKEMAN, . 



Presideni . 
Vice-President. 

Secretary. 

Treasurer. 

Ambassador. 

Sergeant-at-Arms. 

Chorister. 

Organist. 

Chaplain. 



/T)emb<?rs. 



Maude Alexander. 
Mary Anderson. 
Elva Batterson. 
Jessie Boomer. 
Lizzie Boner. 
Theo. Craven. 
Sadie Dart. 



Effa Davis. 
Amy Moore. 
Isa Orchard. 
Miss Penny. 
Anna Price. 
Bertha Slaughter. 
Fannie Stevens. 



Helen Stewart. 
Lucy S. Stewart. 
Madge Taylor. 
Neenah M. Wakeman. 
Ora Wakeman. 
Carrie Woods. 
Cecil Zimmerman. 



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Z^tal^ia 



OF PREPARATORY 



Officers. 



ELMER IE PIERCE, 
E. J. AIKIN, 
JAMES J. BECKHAM. 
GEORGE H. SMITH, 
ALVA M. JANES. . 
H. G. MAIS. 
JOHN W. CHAMBERS, 
A. BEERNINK, . 



President. 

Vice-President. 

Secretary. 

Trea>crer. 

Critic. 

Amba>sador. 

Chaplain. 

Sergeant- at- Arms. 



E. J. Aikin. 

J. J. Beckham. 
A. Beerntnk. 

F. G. Berner. 
George A. Bird. 

C. W. BlSSETT. 

A. J. Bracken. 
A. M. Cathcart. 
J. M. Chambers. 



(TlembqTS. 

O. R. Eddy. 
C. H. Fahs. 

W. C. Falconer. 
F. A. Graham. 
L. P. Haist. 
A. M. Janes. 
H. G. Mais. 
E. E. Mar-h. 
George McDonald. 



W. A. Newing. 
W. H. Pelky. 
A. C. Petrie. 
E. A. Petsky. 
E. H. Pierce. 

E. G. SCHAFAR. 

G. A. Smith. 
W. K. Tyndall. 



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Y. U/. C. fl 



:th, 

UNA KENNEDY, 
NETTIE J. HUNT. 
LIVONIA K 



I"' :e"3 



COUX 



TH- 

DEVOTIONAL COMMITTEE. 

7TIE M. Jl 

MISSIONARY COMMITTEE. 

Coaa M. Rav Emily B. 



^SE = i. =E.^-.= .'. 2 = - S 



- 



Mat L. Bexxett. 
Huiiet E. Catch 
Ma a y Cbattle- 

CHObCH. 

M ■ . 1 li-! ?.?.-■; 
Alice Hakt. 



fnemb^rs. 

Nettie J. H 

JSGSL 

Liyoxia R. 

EOT. 

Emily P. Mack. 
Hauuet L. M- 
Ida Out. 

y z : : v ■ 



!. Rawlixs 
. 
Macde Smith, 
th. 

JOSEPHINE STAHL. 

Floaexce Tabok. 
Mixxie R. Teaay. 
LAtAA Waxless. 



--: 



Y. f[\. Q. f\. 



J. A. SCOTT, . 
DANIEL W. TERRY, 
H. A. FRASER, 
W. E. WAY, 



Offices. 



. President. 

Corresponding Secretary. 
. Recording Secretary. 

Treasurer. 



C. H. Bucks. 



Membership Committee. 

E. L. COLEBECK. 



T. E. Ream. 



R. C. Harker. 



C. S. Aldrich. 



J. A. Scott. 



C. H. Bucks. 



Devotional Committee. 

Benjamin F. Berryman. 
T. K. Gale. 



J. F. Oates. 

Missionary Committee. 
J. M. Ericson. W. T. Scott. 

General Religious Work Committee. 

H. L. Walker. Clarence Abel. 

Finance Committee. 



A. W. Burton. 



J. A. Bellows. 



W. E. Way. 



Clarence Abel. 
C. S. Aldrich. 
W. F. Beardsley. 
B. F. Beazell. 
L. W. Beebe. 
J. A. Bellows. 

B. F. Berryman. 

C. H. Bucks. 
A. W. Burton. 
A. F. Butters. 
W. A Clark. 



(T)emb<?rs. 

D. C. Clancy. 
M. A. Clarkson. 

E. L. COLEBECK. 

G. E. Cotter. 
J. M. Ericson. 
W. M. Ewing. 
J. E. Fluck. 
H. A. Fraser. 
E. B. Fowler. 
T. K. Gale. 
H. E. Griffith. 



R. C. Harker. 
M. M. Harris. 
A. S. Haskins. 
R. W. E. Hayes. 
G. P. Hills. 
George Jamison. 
A. A. Kraft. 
J. R. Lemon. 
H. B. Fisher. 
O. E. Louthan. 
E. C. Marshall. 



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A. S. Mason. 
M. I). Mattison. 
'i.e. Moulding. 
L. A. N [ES. 
j. F. Oates. 
J. C. Ransmeier. 
T. E. Ream. 

II. T. RlCKETTS. 

Benjamin Rist. 
J. A. Scott. 



w. l . Scott. 

J. J. Sin I i i ri.. 
S. T. S.mi/i mi . 
\. F. Smith. 
W. J. Stebbins. 

('.. 15. Si URGES. 

I), w. Terry. 
1 1, s. Thayer. 
W. F. Tomlinson. 
George Tupper. 



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/T\iseellai7eous 



Or^apizatiops. 




<?orQ <?ob <?kib. 



WILL A. SHANKLIN, 

A. H. PHELPS, 

S. A. MALTMAN, . 
F. W. HEMENWAY, 
SYD. P. JOHNSTON, 
BOB NTSBET, . 

B. M. WEEDEN, 



Officers. 



Spring Term. 



Hk;h Mucky Muck. 
Low Micky Muck. 
Boodler. 
Scribbler. 

Bottle Washer. 

Joker. 

Chaplain. 



Ml ^appa 8'frna Jkjaptette- 



R. H. Smith, 
C. K. Sherman, 



First Tenor. R. K. NlSBET, . . First Bass. 

Second Tenor. H. A. Moehlenpah, Second Bass. 



gl^ma Cl^i ^uaptette. 



A. B. Harbert, 

1 1. E. Amp.ler, 



First Tenor. 
Second Tenor. 



Burr M. Weeden, 
Phil I!. Koiii.saat, 



First Bass. 
Second Bass. 



OO 



Qolle^e Orchestra. 



ROBERT W. STEVENS, 
EESLIE W. BEEBE, 
J. W. DICKEY, . 

Philip B. Kohlsaat. 

Ralph H. Smith. 
H. M. Wells. 

Burt F. Howard. 
E. B. Hoag, 
J. W. Dickey, 
J. C. Wells, 
L. D. Sisson, 
R. G. Hartley, 



piano. 



FIRST VIOLINS. 



SECOND VIOLINS. 
E. B. WlTWER. 



Director. 
Business Manager. 
Treasurer. 

Clarence Dickinson. 

Leslie W. Beebe. 
E. P. Bennett. 

C. J. Windsor. 
Flute. 
Clarinet. 
First Cornet. 
Second Cornet. 
Trombone. 



<?olle<^ <?f?oir. 



Maude M. SIviith, Organist and Director, 
Nettie J. Hunt, . . . Soprano. W. E. Way, 
Fanny Alabaster, . . Alto. S. A. Maltman, 



Tenor, 

Bass. 



J)^ 4\&pp& gi^ma $&n'\° Ckik 



Banjos, 
Guitars, 



Mandolin, 



Piano, 



R. H. Smith. 

C. K. Sherman, F. W. Belknap. 
R. A. Campbell, R. G. Hartley. 
S. A. Benton. 



P^lta Llr^ilon "|Je&p" CIuL, 



SHELBY M. SINGLETON, 
J. W. DICKEY. 
JOHN SINGLETON, 
FRANK SINGLETON, 
CLINTON S. WOOLFOLK, 
HOWARD T. RICKETTS, 



President. 
Vice-President. 

Secretary. 
Treasurer. 
Chief Cook. 
Chief Gun Cleaner. 



lOl 



F(aH y^oeilman Jkiaptette. 



I), w. Terry, 
John M. Ericson, 



I'iisi Tenor. 
Second Tenor. 

Grant V w Sani , 
S. A. Maltman. 



First Pass. 
Set on< 



$i^ma C[?i Op^ectpa 



Robert W. Stevens, 
Burt F. Howard, 
Charles J. Windsor, 
A. H. Phelps, . 
W. C. Van Benschoten. 
Robert W. Stevens, I 
Phil B. Kohlsaat, 
Georgic P. Hills, . 
L. D. Wallace, 



Leader. 
First Violin. 
Second Violin. 
First Banjo. 
Second Banjo. 

Piano. 

Skull and Tones. 
Piano Tuner. 



102 



J-lopo^ apd ^yepts. 



1890-1591. 



1890. 

SUNDAY, JUNE 15. 

Baccalaureate Sermon, 10:30 a. M., 

Rev. Charles W. Bennett, I). I)., LL. I). 
Sermon before the Students' Christian Association, 7:45 P. M. 



MONDAY, JUNE 16. 

Class Day Exercises, 10:30 A. M. 



PROGRAMME. 

Presentation of Class, .... 

Class History, ...... 

Poem, ..... 

Oration, ....... 

Prophecy, ...... 

Presentation of Gifts, ..... 

Pipe Oration, ...... 

Class Dinner, French House, .... 

Annual Meeting of Alumni of the Conservatory of Music, 
Examinations for Admission, .... 

Anniversary of Preparatory School, 



TUESDAY, JUNE 17, 

Annual Meeting of the Board of Trustees, 

Field Day Exercises, ..... 

Graduating Exercises of the Conservatory of Music, 



. George Springer. 

J. J. Shuman. 
. Edith Clarke. 

J. P. Grier. 
. Louise Swan. 

W. R. Parkes. 
. R. P. Martin. 

1:30 P. M. 
. 3 p. M. 

3 ?• m. 
. 8 p. m. 



9 A. M. 
2 P. M. 
8 P. M. 



WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18. 



Business meeting of the Alumni Association, 
Memorial Services for President Cummings, 



1:^0 P. M. 



7:30 P. 



104 



THURSDAY, JUNE 19. 
Commencement Exercises Consisting of Kirk Oratorical Contest, 10 A. M. 

PROGRAMME. 



Three Scenes in London Tower. 

The British Navy, ..... 

Abraham Lincoln, ..... 

John Knox, ...... 

The Modern Hero, ..... 

A Knight of the Nineteenth Century. 

Lord Salisbury, ..... 

The Race Problem, ..... 

The Orator in History, .... 

John Brown of Ossawattomie, .... 

Alumni Dinner, Avenue House, 1:30 P. M, 
President's Reception, 8 P. M. 



Aurora T. Fisk. 
Alfred E. Craio. 
William A. Birch. 
Clara Tucker. 
James P. Grier. 
John E. Or 
Fred C. Uemorest. 
Mary E. Clark. 
Charles M. Denny, 
Helen H. Bock. 



105 



Decrees <?oi?ferr^d. 



1890, 



Bachelor of ^rts. 



Francis A. Alabaster. 
Jay B. Ambrose. 
Andrew L. Baxter. 
Alfred E. Craig. 
Haskell C. Davis. 
Frederick C. Demorest 
Edward W. Erickson. 



Aurora T. Fisk. 
James P. Grier. 
Robert H. Holden. 
Joseph II. Odgers. 
William Swenson. 

Mat rick L. WlCKMAN. 
John 15. Yni \<;. 



Bachelor of ptyilosoptyy, 



Helen H. Bock. 
Elizabeth M. Brown 
William A. Burch. 
Chakks M. Denny. 
Jamks R. Hamilton. 
Wirt E. Humphrey. 



Amy Jarrett. 
Riley P. Martin. 
Isabel R. Morse. 
William R. Parkes. 
Elvin E. Scott. 
Jesse J. Shuman. 
Thomas J. Woodcock, Jr. 



Bachelor of Sgerjce. 



George O. Barnes. 
John E. Groves. 



Anton P. Haagenson. 
George W. Springer. 



Ralph L. Wyman. 



Baetyelor of literatun?. 



Mary E. Clarke. 
Caroline Clifford. 
Eva R. Hall. 
William H. Newcomb. 



Mabel Sheldon. 
Nellie W. Stewart. 
Louise E. Swan. 
Clara Tucker. 



(T)ast<?r of f\rt$. 



Kate M. Alling. 
Wilbur J. Andrews. 
Curtis II. Castle. 
Smith C. Davis. 
Prank P>. Dvciik. 



David R. Lewis. 
Martin O. Lewis. 
William E. McLennan. 
Charles J. Michelet. 
( rEORGE E. Newcomb. 



106 



William a. Dyche. Chester A. Place. 

[da M. Harvey. William I). Sargent-. 

Gills Hubbard. Ruter W. Springer. 

William H. Huston. Bond Stowe. 

George I. Larash. Charles B. Thwing. 

Charlks G. Lewis. Levi P. Warrington. 
John A. Whipple. 



(T)ast<?r of pi?ilo5opl?y. 



Lodilla Ambrose. Emma N. Lacey. 

Frank J. Campbell. Henry K. Mftcalf. 

Henriktta M. ("ikin. Emily W. Minium. 

Janet O. Gloss. Lor is S. Rice. 

Martin M. Gridley. Edwin L. Shuman. 

Anna C. Towle. 



(Tester of ^ele^ee. 



Robert E. Earll. Charles S. Raddin. 

Philippa M. Hutchinson. Frank L. Rice. 

Herbert P. Wright. 

(Tester of literature. 

Helen M. Holden. Mary E. Moore. 



ffoporary De<£ree5. 

(T)ast<?r of Scietyee. 

Frank Billings, M. D. 



Doctor of Divinity. 

Rev. James W. Bashford. Rev. Wilmot Whitfield. 



107 



prizes. 



Deering Essay Prizes. 

First Prize, '90: SIDNEY I*. Johnston, '91. 

Second Prize, '90: MARTHA C. SMITH, '91. 
First Prize, '91 : ERNEST B. HOAG, '92. 

Second Prize, '91 : Mary E. Gloss, '92. 

Kirk Oratorical Prize, '90. 
William A. Burch. 

University Scholarship, '90. 
Minnie Belle Ti rner. 

Congdon Declamation Prizes, '90. 
First Prize : Harriet E. Caughran. 

Second Prize : John A. Bellows. 

Gage Debate Prizes, '91. 

First Prize : W. T. Scott. 

Second Prize: H. M. Echlin. 

Adelphic Oratorical Prizes, '90. 

First Prize : Benjamin F. March, '91. 

Second Prize : Frederick C. Demorest, '90. 

Hinman Essay Prizes, '90. 

First Prize : Alfred W. Burton, '92. 

Second Prize : Amary S. Haskins, '91. 

Raymond Essay Prizes, '90. 

First Prize : Frank Kindig, '92. 

Second Prize : Robert N. Holt, '92. 

Political Economy Prize, '91. 
John N. Adee, '91. 

Herbarium Prize. 

Charles A. Phillips, '92. 

Reading Greek Prizes. 

Sophomore Class : John A. Walz. 

Freshman Class : William A. Pkase. 

* Nisbet Prize. 

John P. Adams. 

108 



5ixtty diversity Day. 



proqraf[\f[\e of Day. 



Assemble at University, 

Inspection of Buildings, . 

Inauguration of President Henry W. Rogers, 

Reception at M. E. Church, 



1:40 p. M. 

1:40-2:30 P. M. 

2:30 p. M. 

. 5:00 P. M. 



PROGRAMME OF EXERCISES AT THE M. E. CHURCH, 7130 P. M. 

Music, ......... Chorus. 

College Songs. 
Toastmaster, ...... Frank H. Scott. 

Address of Welcome, ..... Dean Michaels. 

Toast, . . . . . . . T. E. Sauter. 

" Patriotism Our Country's Need." 
Select Reading, ...... Fred M. Tisdel. 

Toast, ....... William E. Harper. 

" Man's Inhumanity to Man Makes Countless Thousands Mourn." 
Toast, ........ W. S. Haven. 

"The Man in His Realm." 
Toast, ....... Herbert Leonard. 

"Chips." 
Toast, . . . . . . . Benjamin F. March. 

" University Patriotism." 
Music. 



I09 



GRADUATING EXERCISES 



of 



The college or pharmacy 

GRAND OPEf<A MOUSE, CHICAGO, 
Tuesday, February 24th, 1891. 



AT 2: 30 O'CLOCK. P. 



Overture (Saragossa), ...... Gruenwald. 

PRAYER BY REV. L. P. MERCER. 

Intermezzo (Reve aprfcs la, bad), ..... Boustet. 

INTRODUCTORY. 

Selection (Paul Jones), ...... Planquette. 

CONFERRING OF DEGREES. 

TARENTELLA, ......... JULIEN. 

ADDRESS TO THE GRADUATES BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY. 

Ballet Music (Naila), ....... Delibes. 

ADDRESS BY S. J. M'PHCRBON, D. D. 

Waltzes (Die Hydropaten), ...... Gungle. 

PRESENTATION ON BEHALF OF THE SENIOR CLASS BY GEORGE W. BLISS. 

Selection (Gondoliers), ....... Sullivan. 

ANNOUNCEMENT OF HONORS. 

Hungarian Dances, ....... Brahms. 

BENEDICTION. 



Seizor \\oT)or fi\e\). 



John A. Dunn. Thomas P. McKelligan. 

George D. Oglesby. John E. Roberts. 

William F. Voertmann. 



Jutyior JHoQor (T)en. 



Max WlCKHORST (Junior Prize). 

Hedley Davis. William C. Hayhurst. 

Elmer E. Patten. 



no 



Bio^rapfyieal 



President and Professor of International and ( vnstitulional Law. 



WIIKN the strong hand which had held in its firm, friendly 
grasp the manifold interests of our University lost its power in 
the weakness which the mightiest cannot withstand, when the 
royal heart which never forgot to rejoice at our little victories, 
nor to sympathize in our sorrows, ceased its kindly beating, lips 
almost feared to whisper, "Where shall be found another in 
whom all those kingly elements unite?" 

But with the hour of need comes the man fitted to take 
upon himself the burden and to carry on the work. So our 
University found the right President in Dr. Henry Wade Rogers. 

Young, genial, courteous, full of modern, progressive ideas, his 
bright future stands out bravely against a background of years 
of scholarly attainment. Comparatively few as these years have 
been, they bear witness proudly to the genius and energy of 
the President who has come to share in the prosperity which, 
we trust, the coming years hold for the Northwestern University. 

Born in 1853 in the State of New York, his college course 
was begun at Hamilton College in that State, the last three 
years of which were completed at the University of Michigan, 
which later conferred upon him the degree of Bachelor of Arts, 
and later that of Master of Arts. His study of law found its 
reward in his admission to the bar of Michigan, and his asso- 
ciation with Judge Cooley, then Dean of the Law Department 
of the State University. But his success was only begun, for 
upon the voluntary withdrawal of Judge Cooley from his import- 
ant post, Dr. Rogers was immediately appointed to the position 
of Dean of the Law School. His success from the day when 
he began his work until his resignation was phenomenal, and 
the steady growth of the institution testifies to the inspiring 
influence of its head. 

Side by side with his legal practice has gone the literary 
work, which has placed Dr. Rogers among the first of those 

112 



who write upon questions pertaining to law — as contributor to 
periodicals like the Forum and the North American Review, and 
also as editor of leading legal journals. 

The administration of Dr. Rogers has opened auspiciously. 
Although accepting the presidency at the beginning of the school 
year, he was not formally inaugurated until Thursday, Feb. 19, 
upon which occasion the keys and charter of the institution 
were formally presented him. The large-minded, liberal views 
to which he gave utterance in his inaugural address were a 
happy prophecy of the future. While acknowledging the present 
strength and growth of the University, he recognized also its 
needs. Among other notable sentiments these are especially 
worthy repeating : 

" The establishment in the Northwestern University of a 
scientific course parallel to the classical, and leading to the 
degree of Bachelor of Science, is a recognition in part, but 
only in part, of the needs of our time. It is, in my judg- 
ment, desirable that there should be established here, as soon 
as the funds are provided for it, a college of civil, mechanical, 
and electrical engineering. We must recognize the fact that, 
within the century, our civilization and manner of life have been 
transformed, our conditions marvellously changed, and that this 
change demands of our University corresponding changes in 
curriculums of study. The University should aspire to furnish 
that complete and generous education which fits a man to per- 
form all the affairs of peace and war. I believe that opportunity 
should be provided in this Uuiversity for a systematic and 
thorough study of political and social science. Our students 
should receive instruction in the government of cities, and be 
made acquainted with the excellencies of foreign systems and 
municipal administration. They should be instructed in theories 
and methods of taxation, and in the management of public 
debts, as well as in all matters pertaining to the currency and 
to questions of finance. They must be made familiar with the 
industrial history of the country, as well as with the history of 
economic theories, the history of diplomacy and uf political 
ideas. They ought to study the great questions pertaining to 
governmental regulation of railways, as well as those relating to 
the management of penal reformatory and charitable institutions. 
They ought to understand the systems of civil service adopted 
in foreign countries, and should know something of comparative 
constitutional law, as well as of the comparative legislation of 
different States and countries." 

113 



Dr. Rogers has come to the Northwestern University at a 

time when its possibilities seem almost infinite. The years in 
their swift turning evolve the best from whatever has in it the 
germs of good for the human heart. And now in step with 
other great issues of the day comes that of education. It, too, 
has felt the impulse of these later years of inquiry. The idea 
of the University is being worked out in all its grandeur and 
breadth in America. And we hold the conviction that with 
such a leader, with such a beginning, and in such an age, our 
own University will not fail in the fulfillment of the prophecies 
of those to whom its halls, its sun-touched turrets, and its leaf- 
strewn campus are dear. 




114 



Bas<? Ball. 



d9iv<?rsity f/ipe, '90. 



Lee K. Stewart 
J. A. Rogers. 
T. H. Lewis. 



T. C. MOULDING, Captain. 
M. I*. Noyes. 

K. K. NlSBET. 

II. II. Jarvis. 



F. ( !. Chapin. 

II. A. M >EHLENPAH. 
J. II. KEDZIE. 



T. C. Moulding. 
Irvin McDowell 

R. K. NlSHET. 



cJ^ii^rsity ftfi^e, '91 

W. I). BARNES, Captain. 
L. E. Sauter. 

J. K. Pv\SS. 

C. Hum; art. 



T. E. McGrath. 
I I. A. M( (EHLENPAH. 

T. II. Lewis. 



AVERAGE OF N. W. U. NINE. SEASON OF 1890. 



Names. 



Stewart. . . . . 
Moehlenpah. 

Chapin 

Lewis 

Kedzie.. 

Noyes 

Moulding. . . 

Nisbet 

Rogers 

Jarvis 



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cfc 


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500 


842 


4 


500 


1,000 


2 


333 


810 


4 


15° 


400 


5 


278 


952 


5 


333 


737 


S 


3«i 


882 


S 


125 


800 


s 


400 


938 


5 


231 


692 


4 



Names. 



Stewart. . . . 
Rogers 

Nisbet 

Moulding. . 

Noyes 

Kedzie 

Lewis 

Jarvis .... 
Chapin. . . . 
Moehlenpah 





■/. 


j. 


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« 

pp t/i 


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c M 


PQ 1 




S: 







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6 


4 


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4 


6 


5 


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2 


12 





1 


2 


10 


2 





4 


7 


3 





3 


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2 


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116 



Alopt^w^tepn C^Ileoe ga^gall h^u^ 



/He^bers of \eaqaq. 



University of Wisconsin. 
Lake Forest University. 



PJeloit College. 
Northwestern University 



Officers of \eaqa<z. 



V. SHARON, L. F. U.. 

W. E. BURT, U. of W., 

W. McCABE, Beloit, 

T. C. MOULDING, N. W. U., j 

SPENCER BEEBE, U. of W. 



PRESIDENT. 

Vice-Presidents. 
Treasurer and Secretary. 



Delegates to \eaqu? Qo^ver^ioD. 



T. II. LEWIS. 



II. A. M< >EHLENPAH. 



$e\)edu\<z for S ea 5°9 °f '9 1 - 



May 2. . 


. L. F. U. 


vs. 


N. W. U. . 


. at 


Eva nst on. 


May 2. 


Beloit 


vs. 


U. of W. 


at 


Madison. 


May 9. . 


. L. F. U. 


vs. 


U. of W. . 


. at 


Lake Forest. 


May 11. 


U. of W. 


vs. 


N. W. U. 


at 


Evan-ton. 


May 16. . 


. L. F. u: 


vs. 


Beloit. 


. at 


Beloit. 


May 18. 


L. F. U. 


vs. 


U. of W. 


at 


Madison. 


May 23. 


. N. YV. U. 


vs. 


L. F. U. . 


. at 


Lake Forest. 


May 23. 


U. of W. 


vs. 


Beloit 


at 


Beloit. 


May 30. 


. N. W. U. 


vs. 


Beloit . 


. at 


Beloit. 


June 1. 


N. W. U. 


vs. 


U. of W. 


at 


Madison. 


June 5. 


. Beloit 


vs. 


N. W. U. . 


. at 


Evans ton. 


June 6. 


Beloit 


vs. 


L. F. U. 


at 


Lake Forest, 



117 



Ipt<?r prater-pity Ba$e Ball l^ea^^ 



(r\emb<?rs \v) 1891. 

Sigma Chi. Phi Kappa Psi. Beta Theta Pi. 

Phi Kappa Sigma. Delta Upsilon. 

Schedule of Qames. 

May 8. Sigma Chi vs. Phi Kappa Sigma ; won by Phi Kappa Sigma, 35-14. 
May 18. Phi Kappa Psi vs. Delta Upsilon ; won by Phi Kappa Psi, 28-0. 
May 26. Beta Theta Pi vs. Phi Kappa Psi ; won by Phi Kappa Psi, 24-9. 

Championship game to be played off between Phi Kappa Psi and Phi Kappa Sigma. 



Ir^ter <?la5$ Bas<? Ball. 

Summary of (J am( ?s for 1890. 

May 22. Class of '90 vs. Class of '91 ; won by Class of '90. 
May 29. Class of '92 vs. Class of '93 ; won by Class of '92. 
June 18. Class of '90 vs. Class of '92 ; won by Class of '92. 
Pennant held by Class of '92. 



U/iQter Ball. 



R. K. NISP.ET, Captain, First Base. 
T. Watson, Catcher. J. K. Bass, Second Base. 

Sager, Pitcher. H. Merriman, Third Base. 

I. McDowell, Left Short. H. A. Moehlenpah, Left Field. 

F. Belknap, Right Short. C. Hubbart, Right Field. 

Qa^es. 

South Evanston, 10; N. W. U., 17. Idlewild Seconds, 3 : N. W. U., II. 

Idlewild, 10; N. W. U., 4. 

119 



dQiu<?rsity Bieyel^ Qub. 



Officers. 

Prof. C. B. THWING,. .... President. 

C. S. SIIRONTS, .... Vice-President. 

R.A.CAMPBELL, ..... SECRETARY AND TREASURER. 

R. ROY SHUMAN, . CAPTAIN. 

A. W. BURTON, ..... Lieutenant. 

R. H. SMITH, .... Bugler. 

R. A. CAMPBELL, ..... Color Bearer. 

(T)emb<?rs. 

Prof. C. W. Pearson. R. R. Shuman. R. H. Smith. 

Prof. Robert Baird. C. S. Shronts. J. M. Ericson. 

Prof. C. S. Cook. R. A. Campbell. W. C. Stowe. 

Prof. E. J. Moore. A. W. Burton. G. W. Baker. 

Prof. C. B. Thwing. C. S. Nelson. Ed. Ludlow. 

G. B. Dyche. A. H. Pheli-s. 



fiortf?u;<?sterQ Ijfe Sauii><£ Qreu/. 

LAWRENCE O. LAWSON, Captain. 
No. i. E. M. Kindig, '92. No. 4. J. Loining, '95. 

No. 2. E. B. Fowler, '93. No. 5. W. L. Wilson, '92. 

No. 3. W. M. Ewing, '93. No. 6. R. N. PIolt, '93. 

No. 7. W. W. Wilkinson, '94. 



20 



1 ..^ 





fl. U/. U. Qui? <?lub. 



J. L. ALABASTER, 
L. H. KNOX, 
R. R. KENDALL, 
W. L WILSON, 



Officers, 



President. 
Vice-President. 
Secretary. 
Treasurer. 



E. H. Towle. 

F. W. Belknap. 

R. R. Kendall. 
C. F. Shronts. 
J. L. Alabaster. 

William Farris. 



(Hembers. 

H. T. RlCKETTS 
W. L. WlLS N. 

\V. >. Voi 
H. E. Leach. 
A. W. Burton. 
Ed. Ludlow. 












T. H. Lewis. 
G. W. Baker. 
C. H. Perrine. 

L. H. Knox. 
I). W. Terry. 
L W. Dickey. 





.jssX^-r^'— 



pield Day, 



1890, 



One Hundred Yards' Dash, . 

Tutting Sixteen-Pound Shot, 

Mile Run, 

Throwing Base-Ball, 

Kicking Foot-Ball, . 

Four Hundred and Forty Yard Run, 

Running High Jump, 

Base Running, 

Combination Race, 

Pole Vault, .... 

Hurdle Race (220 yards, 10 hurdles), 

Threee-Legged Race, 

Rope Climbing, .... 
Class Relay Race, .... 
Class Tug-of-War, 



I T. C. Moulding, 1st, 1 



/ E. Ludlow, 2d, 
E. Ludlow. 
I H. H. Phelps, 1st, 

1 E. Kappelman, 2d, 

J. H. Kedzie, 

M. T. Noyes, 

A. B. Harbert, 

E. Ludlow, 

T. C. Moulding, . 

J. J. Shuman, . 

E. Ludlow, 

T. C. Moulding, 

W. Wilkinson, 
I T. Johnson, 

A. H. Thelps, 

Forfeit to Second Years 

Won by Class of '93. 



1 1 1-5 seconds. 

. 27 feet. 

5 min. 35 sec. 

320 feet. 

. 159 feet 

1 min. 6 4-5 sec. 

feet 10^ inches. 

16 seconds. 

16 1-5 seconds. 

9 feet. 

33 seconds. 

16 seconds. 

. No record. 



23 







—^£^~/^ 



'l/arsity £l<?veQ. 

o. G Mouloiijg, Gaptalip. 

Gerpter; - Sager. 

(jackjes: - Stebbii2gs--Sl2eppar£>. 

Guards: - Wilsoip--Glar^. 

fiipSs: - F^elpS'-iia^e. 

Quarter Bacl\: J^eipSall. 

Half Bacl^s: K^ei2r2icott--Mc Willianp; 

fall Backj MoalSiipg. 



College poot Ball /Issogatioi). 



Officers. 

A. II. PHELPS, President. 
A. H. HENRY, ..... Vice-President. 

R. R. KENDAL, ..... Recording Secretary. 

T. C. MOULDING, Treasurer. 

C. D. WILSON, ..... Corresponding Secretary 



Qolle<£e poot Ball Cea^ue. 

/T\emb<?rs. 

University of Wisconsin. 

Lake Forest University. 

Beloit College. 

Northwestern University. 

D<?Ie?ates to C^ventio.?. 

R. L. Sheppard. R. E. Kennicott. 

5et?<?dule for Season of '91. 



Oct. 17. . 




N. W. U. 


vs. 


Lake Forest 


. at Chicago. 


Oct. 17. 




. U. of \V. 


vs. 


Beloit 


at Beloit. 


Oct. 31. . 




L. F. U. 


vs. 


Beloit . 


at Milwaukee or Chicago. 


Oct. 31. 




. U. of W. 


vs. 


N. W. U. 


at Milwaukee. 


Nov. 14. 




Beloit 


vs. 


N. W. U. . 


. at Beloit. 


Nov. 14. 




. L. F. U. 


vs. 


U. of W. . 


at Madison. 


Thanksgiv 


ing Day. 


N. W. U. 


vs. 


U. of W. 


. at Milwaukee. 






Oa/nes i 


of '90. 





N. W. U., o; University Graduates, 24. N. W. U., 22; U. of W., 10. 

N. W. I'. , 22 ; Beloit 6. 

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""<7, 



<U -=-" 




Jer^is /tesocjatioi? 



H. E. LEACH, 
C. H. BUCKS, 
F. W. PERRY, 
A. R. HAYES, 



Officers. 



President. 
Vice-President. 
Secretary. 
Treasurer. 



/i)e/nb<?rs. 



G. N. Power. 
H. E. Patton. 
J. K. Bass. 
T. C. Moulding. 
W. A. Dempsey. 

F. W. Perry. 
W. L. Wilson. 

G. W. Baker. 

W. W. Wilkinson. 
C. H. Zimmerman. 
E. H. Tovvle. 



W. F. Wilson. 
A. S. Mason 
R. H. Smith. 
Mathevv Clarkson. 
A. R. Hayes. 
H. Ricketts. 

W. B. BONNIFIELD. 

J. W. Dickey. 
H. E. Leach. 
C. H. Bucks. 
H. P. Wilson. 



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fl. Ml. U. Ju<£-of-U/ar J<?am. 



E. B. Fowler, Anchor. 
Jacob Loining. J. G. Hensel 

Henry Caddock. a. L. Stebbings. 



Qo^tests for JHdjb <$up. 



N. W. U. vs. U. A. C, . . . . . . Won by N. W. U. 

N. W. U. vs. Company C, Second Regiment, . . . Won by N. W. U. 

Hub cup and Championship of the Northwest held by N. W. U. 

N. W. U. vs. School of Technology, Boston, . . Won by S. of Tech. 

N. W. U. vs. Columbia College, . . . Won by forfeit by N. W. U. 

N. W. U. vs. Acorn Club of U. A. A., of New York, . Won by Acorn Club. 

Inter-Collegiate Championship of United States held by N. W. U. 




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Potpourri 



Student publications 



Jl?e |vfortl7u;i?ster9. 



The Northwestern is a sixteen-page magazine, published weekly throughout ihe 
college year. 

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF. 

CHAS. H. ZIMMERMAN, '91, 

ASSOCIATE EDITORS. 

LOCALS. 

Ray C. Harker, '91. Ethel Baker, '92. Minnie B. Turner, '94. 

PERSONALS. 

E. P. Cook, '92. Lina Kennedy, '91. May Singleton, '93. 

COLLEGE WORLD. 

John M. Ericson, '94. 

ATHLETICS. 

F. W. Hemenway, '93. 

PREPARATORY. 

J. A. Dixon, '95. R. H. Warfield, '96. C. D. Lee, '97. J. E. Stead, '98. 

COLLEGE OF PHARMACY. 

Arthur A. Ludwio. 

GARRETT BIBLICAL INSTITUTE. 

G. A. Brown. 

COLLEGE OF LAW. 

William Edwin Clarke. 

LIBRARY NOTES. 

Miss Lodilla Ambrose 

BUSINESS MANAGERS. 

F. W. HEMENWAY. C. R. LATHAM. 



Jl?e Syllabus. 

Published annually by the fraternities and sororities of the College of Liberal 
Arts. 

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XtK Nortyu/esteri? ll/orld. 

An Independent Newspaper Published Weekly. 

EDITORIAL STAFF. 
SIDNEY P. JOHNSTON, Editor-in-Chief. 

COLLEGE NEWS. 

II. E. Li a h. '92. Josephine Stahl, '92. 

H. L. Harvey, '93. Joseph F. Roberts, '94. 

PREPARATORY. 

William J. Brient, '95. Clyde C. Cissell, '96. 

Charles \V. Lockridge, '96. Virginia Hollon, '96. 

INSTITUTE. 

George J. Hunt, '92. O. W. Fifer, '93. 

COLLEGE OF LAW. 

J. E. Crawford, '91. S. D. Laflze, '92. 

ATHLETICS. 

Edwin H. Towle, '92. 

LIBRARY NOTES. 

Lodilla Ambrose. 



BUSINESS MANAGER. 

William Farris, School of Oratory 



Jl?e /Irrou/. 

Published by the Massasoit Literary Society. 



We have also received copies of the following, which we are obliged to 
reserve until our next issue for review : 

11 Experiments on the Tensile Strength of Steel, or Practical Hints on Wire 
Pulling." — Henry Magifford Echlin. 

" Eight Recipes for Soup." — Senior A <P's. 

" Doolittle's Oklahoma." — James Lewis Admire. 

"How to Shine in Society." — " Huss " Barnes. 

"All I Know.'* A two-page pamphlet.— Robert Kendrick Nisbet. 

"Life as a Jockey. Horsemanship as a Science." — Morse. 

"Elocution as I Interpret It, with Practical Illustrations of the Slide of the 
Semi-Tone." — John Porter Adams. 

" How to Please the Fair Sex ; or, How I Mashed Sixteen Girls in Sixteen 
Days." — James Grant Henzel. 

"A Theory of Limits."— By Rev. Amary Haskins, the Sage of Piper City. 
Quotations: "Took him out of the city limits and enlarged his mind." 

(P. 123, § 46). " was shot within the three-mile limit." (P. 304, 

^ 127). One of our most valuable contributions to science. 

131 



Jf?e F^jbieoi) 

'north of the university.) 



No war host boldly winds across 
With gleaming shields to-day ; 

Never a shining lance nor helm 
Gathers the sunbeams' play. 

No sentinel grim keeps vigil, 

But purple asters nod, 
And for proudly flaunting banners 

Waves feathery golden-rod. 

Through the air so sweet and peaceful 
No war-cry dread is heard, 

Only the hum of roving bee, 
Or note of woodland bird, 

Or sound of waves that lightly break, 

Or softly rustling trees 
Stirred by the raindrops' pattering, 

Or light-winged, flitting breeze. 

Spring covers its banks with beauty ; 

Near fern-leaves wet with dew 
Quivers the delicate wind-flower, 

Peeps the violet blue. 

And summer and glowing autumn 

Toss loving kisses down, 
Till fairy snowflakes drop their white 

On slopes of faded brown. 

Over the worn old mossy bridge 
Where sunbeams love to play 

(As o'er the old-time Rubicon), 
Pass human hearts to-day. 

And many a conflict rages, 

And battles are lost and won, 

And heaven dawns in waiting lives, 
Crossing the Rubicon. 

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5eraps. 



Dr. Marcy (in zoology) : " The tail of a lobster is so con- 
structed that when it is thrust backward it is fan-shaped, and 
when it is drawn in again it " 

Mailley (prompting) : " It shuts up." 

Dr. M. : "Yes, it shuts up. And by the way, that's a fine 
thing to do sometimes." (All snicker). 

Kind of food the Thetas like — Rice. 

First Student : " Bet you two to one that Tommy M-l-d-ng 
gets married inside of two years." 

Second Student : " Well, I won't take you. Haven't the 
least doubt in the world." 

The Freshman class have issued an injunction against Prof. 
Moore for going with the Freshman girls. 

I loath, abhor, detest, despise, 

Abominate dried-apple pies. 

I like good bread, I like good meat, 

Or anything that's good to eat ; 

But of all poor grub beneath the skies, 

The poorest is dried-apple pies. 

Give me the toothache or sore eyes, 

But don't give me dried-apple pies. 

The farmer takes his gnarliest fruit, 

'Tis wormy, bitter, and hard to boot ; 

They leave the hulls and make me cough, 

And don't take half the peeling off. 

Then on a dirty cord 'tis strung. 

And there it serves a roost for flies, 

Until it's made up into pies. 

Tread on my corns and tell me lies, 

But don't pass me dried-apple pies. 

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"What kind of coffee do they have at the Fein Sem, Miss 
Swail?" 

Miss Swail: ''What is the German word for 'bitter?'" 

Burton (translating Xenophon) : " He counseled with — " 
Prof, (interrupting) : " Confused, sir ? He asked advice of — " 
Burton : "You make me tired, Professor." 
Chorus of Students (sotto voce) : " Amen." 

Dr. Marcy : "All men are liars." 

Vieth : Talem orationem est exorsus — " He let out his ora- 
tion." 

R. K. Nisbet's middle name is Kissem. But the girls say he 
doesn't. 

Prof. Baird (prompting): "Now, then, Eipas— " 
Hemenway (absent-minded) : " I make it next." (He goes it 
alone with the Prof.) 



^S°SE~ 



134- 



pi la fliau/attya. 



Near Lake Michigan, the lordly. 
Almost dipping in her waters, 
Stands a well-known western hamlet, 
Five blocks northward from its center, 
Close to Rubicon romantic, 
Widely known indeed as Euclid, 
Stands a college called Northwestern. 
Of her fame oft told in story, 
Of the number of her students, 
Of her fern sems, sweet and lovely, 
We in truth need not mention. 

Now into this college lately 

Strange to say there came the Injun, 

Came with war paint and with feathers, 

With his tomahawk and scalper, 

Came with spear-head and with arrow, 

And did settle in our hamlet, 

Where an Injun ne'er had entered. 

Whence these children of the prairies? 
" From the valley of Wyoming, 
From the groves of Tuscaloosa, 
From the far off Rocky Mountains," 
From all over came the warriors, 
Came the warriors of the nations, 
Came the Towlewares and John Scotts, 
Came the Adees and the Corbins, 
Came the Blackfeet and Ben Marches, 
Came the Leaches and the Johnstons, 
Came the Massasoits and Earnhearts, 
To this place of hope and refuge, 
To this their future Alma Mater. 
Here they found and met their brothers, 



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Here they called the other warrior.-,, 
Here they formed a League 'gainst Greekdoiri. 
They would not become base fratmen ; 
They would be mere independents. 

Did they do as they intended, 

Scatter all ye frats to four winds, 

As by roaring Notus wafted, 

Drive them headlong from the college, 

Strike with thunder and with lightning 

Like when Jove doth rage in anger? 

No. For soon began to wonder 

And to think, this tribe so savage, 

G reeks were not so bad as storied, 

And that strife was far from friendship ; 

So the Fratman feeling nothing, 

And of strife the " Barb " awearied, 

Once again were joined in friendship. 

So, dear muse, sweet Hiawatha, 

When thou mak'st thy journey hither, 

Turn thine eyes with joyous favor 

On the fratman and the Injun, 

They whose hands we've joined in friendship 

In the course of this our story. 



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U/apted. 



To get into a frat. — S. P. J n. 

A new white hat. — M-rs-. 

Members. — Adelphic. 

Hair. — " Baldy." 

Subscribers. — Northwestern World. 

A revival.— # J 9. 

A college yell. — Northwestern. 

A mustache. — Ph-lps. 

Gold dollar^ for a nickel. — S-wy-r. 

Ninety. — B //. 

Love of Baird. — - X. 

A livery stable. — <P K I. 

A •• stand in" with St. Peter.— K '/'. 

More "preps." — A A 1\ 

Secrets. — J T. 

Altitude. — Miss H-ws-n. 

"Some one to love me." — Lou W-l l-c-. 

Gray matter. — H. M. Ech-ln. 

Bath rooms- Gymnasium. 

The next thing to Godliness. — G. B. I. 

To get a position in a drug store that runs a soda fountain. 

Eth-l B-k-r. 
Tail feathers. — Massasoits. 
A wife.— R. K. N-sbt. 
A complexion. — J. A. Sc-tt. 
Less co-eds. — Dr. Marcy. 
Size — College Annex. 
An orotund. — F. M. T-sd-l. 



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Business jvlotie^s. 



Ads under tJiis head inserted gratis to all who vote for Prof. 

Moore as tlie new Dean of the Woman's College. 



ROOMS TO LET - DORMITORY — Students, here you have 
'em. Several choice rooms left. Automatic sweeper and 
dust-settler. Fires kindled and beds made by machinery. Halls 
guaranteed to be covered with dust not less than a foot deep 
at all seasons. When it gets too uncomfortably noticeable the 
doors and windows are opened and the wind allowed to blow 
it out. The temperature does not vary far from zero except 
when the sun shines, at which times ice will be furnished free 
of charge. Entire building lighted by kerosene. P. S. — Billiards 
and sample-room in basement. 

WANTED — Men, any kind and any number. 
Address Kitten & Co., Care of Fem Sem. 



FOR SALE CHEAP — Owing to lack of support, we have been 
obliged to publish this edition of the "Arrow" at a great 
loss. As this will positively be the last edition of this publica- 
tion, we offer for sale all the old type, cheap stock cuts, and 
choice chromos used in the present edition. The publishers of 
the Syllabus would do well to notice this offer. Address pub- 
lishers of the " Arrow." 

AB-A-R-G-A-I-N - Look ! Hear / Here you have 'em! My 
" Plymouth Rock pants." Will sell at a great reduction from 
cost price. Enquire of C. H. Zimmerman, '91. 

WANTED — Two little girls to ride me in a cart. Address, in- 
closing photos, Willie T. A., Care Room — , Woman's 
College. 

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FEM SEM BULLETIN — To Gentlemen Callers: Office hours 
7 to minus light p. m. Visitors are requested not to be 
alarmed at any sounds that they may hear. The noises which 
may be wafted to their organs of hearing do not proceed from 
a steam piano. Our lady students are mostly very choice singers, 
but occasionally one may be found with an abnormally developed 
lung. Hence cause of sounds. (See Prof. Cook's Lectures on 
Sound). The wave vibrations are not at all injurious, and if the 
caller will steady his (nerves with a small piece of Fern Sem 
cake no uncomfortable results will follow. Too prolonged ex- 
posure, however, will have ill effects, and the visitor is warned 
to depart before the lights grow too dim ; for " the gobl'ns '11 
git yer ef yer don't watch out." 



139 



f\ prest?mai/s Idyl. 



Come over, come over, to the Fern Sem to-night, 
If ye are my laddie, bold Jamie White. 

Here's "Jennie" McGinty and " Nettie " McFlinn 
Who say you're faint-hearted and dasn't come in. 

But the great glowering building, though it looks like a jail, 
I know will na' scare ye, or make ye turn pale. 

For stout is your back from husking the corn, 

But the heart 'neath your homespun is sad and forlorn. 

Come over, come over, to the Fern Sem to-night, 
If ye are my laddie, brave Jamie White. 

I see him, I see him, he's washed up his face — 
With a nonchalant air he approaches the place. 

Oh, his hand-me-down pants bag out at the knees ; 
His tow-hair, well parted, is greased up to please. 



Ho ! ho ! my brave seniors, ye may roar as ye pass, 
But ye canna' keep James from hts new chosen lass. 

He's stopping, oh, mama ! Ne'er fear, Jim, ne'er fear ; 
It's not very hard, though at first it seems queer. 

He's started; I see him. Oh, James, you're not bright, 
For when you once get here it's just " out of sight." 

Help! help! Ah, he's looking; now "close up your face,' 
Don't stare at me that way before the whole place." 

Now cling to the fence, now pull down your vest, 
You'll learn pretty soon as well as the rest. 

14-0 



Oh, come up to the Fern Sem, but once come to me, 
Ah, then you will find how sweet it will be. 

He's sneaking, he's snuck ; oh, dear, what a fool ! 

Ye must change these bad habits if ye go to this school. 

Haif a block down the street he stops to look back, 
Then pricks up his courage for another attack. 

He reaches the door and pulls at the bell — 
Oh, Lord ! it seems just like his funeral knell. 

Come, sitzen, sie sich, you're a sight to behold, 
What made you stay out .there so long in the cold? 

He catches his breath, tho' with club onions 'tis strong, 
But cannot explain what made him so long. 

Ye've done a brave act, soon ye'll shine as a light, 
Even " Zimmie " won't beat vou, dear j. Perkins White. 



14-1 



Under ELp $ uu& Fu r Afeewcea 

§GME_ . - 

"FxOUSES 







' lA^srvav^,\<C 



(NoMzs lean. 




QriQd5. 



L-w Al-b-st-r. 

" When a lady's in the case 
All other things give place." 

W-LR-TH. 

"I was never happy till I gave up trying to be a great 
man." 

Eth-l B-k-r. 

" Love me and tell me so sometimes." 

J. A. SC-TT. 

" Confounded be they that boast themselves. — Psalm 97, 7. 

B-RU H-WS-N. 

" Short and sweet." 

Prof. C--k. 

" O, such a solemn unbending of the vertebral column." 

Miss R-vvl-ns. 

"A compendium of universal knowledge." 

C. H. Z MM-RM-N. 

" You'll find a difference 
Between the promise of his greener days 
And these he master's now." 

H-TT-- McC-sk-y. 

" Her feet beneath her petticoat 

Like little mice stole in and out 

As if they feared the light." 

M-LTM-N. 

" A bold, bad man." 

B-RT-N. 

" Ye gods ! I have the gut of a settled minister ! " 

Gr-ce G-rm-x. 

" A sweet attractive kind of Grace." 

14-3 



B- Z-LL. 

"I must to the barber's, Monsieur, lor methinks I am mar 
velously hairy about the face, and I am so tender an 
ass if my hair do but tickle me I must scratch." 

M--L-NP-H. 

" Study to be quiet." 

J. P. Ad-ms. 

"And seems a saint when most he plays the Devil." — Deut. 

22, I. 
M-RTL- M-TT-S-N. 

"So wise, so young, they say ne'er live long." 

V-N S-NT. 

"I swear in faith it is a pretty boy." 

E. B. H-g. 

" The time was when a man lost his brains he died." 

W. A. Fs-. 

"Oh, give the poor dog a Bohn." 

W. E. M-rs-. 

"The donkey he is a curious bird." 

D-CKS-N. 

" His legs are long, 
His eyes are blue, 

His ears are big and red, 
His mouth is like an oyster, 

And empty is his head." 

Ed-th G-rt-n. 

" Strong in will and rich in wisdom, Edith, 

Loyal, lowly, sweet, 
Feminine to her inmost heart, and 
Feminine to her tender feet." 
Fr-d T-sd-l. 

"What would this head do if I should be lost?". 

Fl-r- Th-m-s. 

"Somebody's darling, so young and so bold." 

Fl-g-r. 

"The Faculty acknowledge they could teach him nothing." 

E. J-HN-S-N. 

" The smallest object exerts its influence." 

J 4- 4- 



B-n N-sn-T. 

" Next year, Providence and the Faculty permitting, he will 
graduate." 

Fr-d B-lkn-p. 

" His studies were but little on the Bible." 

M-y Pl-mpt-n. 

" Who sees a soul in such a body set 
Might love the treasure for the cabinet." 

Sh-rm-n and Fl- Th-m-s. 

" So they grew together like a double cherry." 

Ell- G-ry. 

" Sure Nature formed me of her softest mould." 

Misses R o. 

" Both were young and one was beautiful." 

W*I. D-RL-. 

"Bait the hook well - this fish will bite." 

St- we. 

" A specimen of humanity masquerading as a gentleman." 

T-m L-w-s. 

" There is a tavern in the town." 

L-SL-- B--B-. 

" A pretty boy, young, but oh, my ! " 

Prof. M-r-. 

"Young ladies, please don't look at me— it makes me nerv- 
ous." 

J. K. B-ss. 

" Revelling in a gigantic jag of joy." 

J-N M-R-D-TH. 

" Hang sorrow ! Care will kill a KAT." 

R. R. Sh-m-n. 

" Now Jove in his next commodity of hair send thee a beard." 

Cl-r B-ch-l-r. 

" The pertest little ape 
That ever affronted human shape — 
Struck on herself." 

Z-MM-RM. 

"And some said, What will this babbler say?" — Acts 17, 18. 

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W. T. Ald-n. 

" See what a grace was seated on this brow ! 

N. F. Sm-th. 

" God bears with him — well may we." 

J. M. Er-c-s-n. 

"A man of unbounded stomach." 

C. A. Ph-ll-ps. 

" I am as free as Nature first made man." 

H. M. Ecl-n. 

"A man he was to all the country dear, 
And passing rich on £<\o a year." 

J. F. O-t-s. 

" I care for nobody, no, not I." 

N-TT- J. H-NT. 

"A judicious reticence is hard to learn." 

N-TT- J-NN-NGS. 

"Write to me often, and write like a man." 

W. B. S-wy-r. 

"And on their own merits modest men are dumb." 

H-L-N B-BC-CK. 

"Would that my horse had the speed of thy lady's tongue." 

S. P. J-HNST-N. 

" A born writer ! What a splendid ear for carrying a 

pen !" 

A. C. Ab-l. 

" The greatest of faults, I should say, is to be conscious 
of none." 

H-RTL-Y. 

"The very pink of perfection." 

E. H. T-WL-. 

" Distilled Damnation." 

H. E. L-ch. 

" His bark is worse than his bite." 

C. D. W-LS-N. 

" Loud like a drum because of emptiness." 

L-W W-LL-C-. 

" Men would be saints if they loved God as they love 
women." 

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A. H. H-nrv. 

" Call you that a hat ?" 

L-s R-c-e. 

"How long halt ye between two opinions ?" 

A. H. Ph-l-ps. 

"If you were to take the conceit out of some people, the 
remains would defy identification." 

J-HN B-LL-WS. 

" I live not in myself, but become portion of that around 
me." 

M-NN- T-RRY. 

"Thy talk is the sweet extract of all speech, and holds 
one's ear in blissful slavery." 

T-ML-NS-N. 

" Oh, these bodies of ours ! I wish I was disembodied." 

Sh-rm-n. 

" He is too gushing to be useful.'' 

D-N T-RRY. 

" I think the world's asleep." 

W--D-RD. 

" Oh, while you live tell the truth and shame the Devil." 

C-RB-N. 

" I dote on his very absence." 

MO-LD-NG. 

" Appearances are deceitful." 

H. E. P-TT-N. 

" It is hard for an empty bag to stand upright." 

• 

R-ce Girls. 

" When all is won that all desired to win, 
The paltry pride is hardly worth the cause." 

B-N M-RCH. 

" It is a sad thing when a man has either a reputation be- 
yond his merit or an ambition beyond his ability." 

Ad-ms. 

" He lived and he died and he was a little lower than the 
angels." 

J-HN W-LZ. 

" Stob thad." 

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B-NJ-M-N. 

" He is of stature somewhat low." 

D-MPS-y. 

"He wore a moustache, a shaggy moustache, like a pretzel 
it did twirl." 

M--D Sm-th. 

" Her loving looks are murdering darts." 

De-N. 

"Gimme a cent; I want to be tuff." 

R. H. Smth. 

" Vonce he vas mein bosom frend, und now he don't, ain't it?" 



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I hold in my hand a Rhizopod which I brought with vie from Cape Cod.'''' 



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Qalepdar 



1890-1591. 



SEPTEMBER. 

17. Term opens. Prof. Baird delivers his lecture on Frats 
number one. 

22. New Frat appears, followed by Baird's lecture number 

two. 

23. Prof. Hatfield gets his annual hair cut. 

24. Class prayer meetings postponed indefinitely owing to want 

of chaplains. 

25. Bob loses his pony and dies of grief. 

26. Harker calls on Miss Kennedy. 



OCTOBER. 

Beazell gets a shave. 

Miss Holderman is embarrassed. 

Burr Weeden calls on Miss Mulvane. 

Baldy skips recitation. Springs a new joke next day. 

Van Sant gets his picture taken. 

Miss Gloss : u If that is Mr. Shuman tell him I am out." 



DECEMBER. 

1. Miss Jennings dreams that she and "Watt" Dyche are on 

a farm together hoeing potatoes. 

2. Watt gets wind of the dream. 

3. Watt goes to Chicago and purchases a copy of the 

Angelus. 

4. Beazell gets another shave — fact ! 
8. Al Henry attends a recitation. 

10. Adams slides to third on his semi-tone. 

15. Phelps works his oratund. 

17. Morse entertains the Seniors with "O'Connell." Divides 
his attention equally between Adams* semi-tone, Phelps' 
oratund, and Shuman's gestures. Class seized with 
violent convulsions. 

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JANUARY. 

7. Second term begins. New rules of conditions announced. 

Dr. Sheppard follows with opening prayer : " We thank 
thee, our dear Heavenly Father, for the many happy 
conditions with which we are surrounded." 

8. Nisbet matches his mustache with a new overcoat. 

9. Prof. Hough adopts a new brand of fine cut. 

12. Shuman discusses original package law with Dr. Rogers. 

14. " Instruction will not be given in chapel exercises until all 

term bills are paid." 

15. Stevens and Patten indulge in a game of tennis. Patten 

wins, 6-2, 6-4, then gets stuck in the mud. 

16. Dr. Rogers tells Newberger a Sheeney story. 

19. Prof. Cook tells his class in Mechanics " that the area of 

a square is greatest when its sides are equal." 

20. Prof. Baird distributes his photos broadcast through the 

agency of the Barbs. 

21. Sawyer obtains his record for last term from the registrar. 
23. Sawyer gets a card printed with his marks — letters two 

inches high. 
25. Sawyer posts his record card on Fern Sem bulletin board. 

FEBRUARY. 

i. Phi Psis do too much bumming. 

5. Olives in psychology class. 

6. Belknap slides out of the door in metaphysics; at that mo- 

ment Dr. Marcy is saying : " It gets to be a habit 
with some people." 

7. Alabaster, Moulding, and Terry break out in boils. (See 

1st inst.) 

8. Miss Holderman attends college prayer meeting, loses a 

gentleman friend, and blushes. 

12. The Secretary of the Annual Board, after examining his 

minutes very closely, decides that this is probably the 
second meeting which the Board has held. 

13. Dr. Marcy in metaphysics: "I doubt whether the young 

ladies are getting any ideas at all." 

14. Fern Sem; evening. Hemenway is asked by one of Cum- 

nock's charming elocutes which is harder for him to 
talk or keep still. Hemenway remains mum. 

17. Metaphysics. Miss " Mack. . . .Casky !" Two ladies rise and 

two sit down. 

18. Tobogganing good at the Fern Sem. 

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19. Dr. Rogers' inauguration, University Day. 

20. Reaction sets in. 

25. Shuman conducts chapel exercises, assisted by Dr. S. F. 
Jones. 

MARCH. 

3. Zimrnie lays himself out to take the political economy 

prize. 
10. Miss Holderman talks on the "love of man." 

19. Dr. Moore of Denver (visiting Christian Evidences class) 

dusts off his chair very carefully before seating himself, 
much to the discomfiture of Dr. Sheppard. 

APRIL. 

10. Phillips blushes in emotions. 

16. "Not Paid." 

17. First and last appearance of the '-'Arrow." 

20. " Sport" appears in a light suit. 

MAY. 

12. Dr. Marcy discusses origin and growth of "Pete." 

18. Moulding answers "present" for Miss Maltman. 
20. Zimmie doesn't take political economy prize. 

JUNE. 

2. Misses Babcock and Baker paralyze the class in Geology by 
trying to demonstrate what they didn't know. 

24. Syllabus appears. 

25. Commencement. 



f\\un\Y)\ 



of tl?e 



Qolle^e of liberal /Irts. 



f\\un\Y)\ 



Officers of tl?e ^ssociatior?. 



HENRY A. PEARSONS, '62, 
MARTIN M. GRIDLEY, '83, 
PHILIP R. SHUMWAY, '89, 
MARIE 1 1 USE WILDER, '70, 



President. 

Yi< 1. PRESIDEN'J . 

Treasurer. 

Secretary and Historian. 



Henry A. Pearsons, : 62. 
Marie Husk Wilder, '70. 
Martin M. Gridley, '83. 
Edwin L. Shuman, '87. 



Directors. 



Mkkritt C. Bragdon, '70. 
Prank M. Elliot, "77 
Mary Norton Clapp, '83. 
Giles Hubbard, '87. 



Philip R. Shumway, '89. 



Abbey, Charles P., A. B., '89, <I> K *, \V. 

Adams street, Chicago, 111. 
Ackerman, George E., A. M., D. D., '78, 

B IT, Prof. Grant Uniy., Athens, 

Tenn. 
*Adams, Wm. H. H., A. M., D. D., '70, 

<I> K <L 
Adams, Edward C, A. M., M. D., '79, 

<I> K "f, Waterlown, N. D. 
Adams, Isaac E., A. M., '79, B 9 II, 

Room 309, 205 La Salle street, Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Adams, Zella F., M. L., '84, 425 Church 

street, Evanston, 111. 
Adams, John Q.. A. B., '89, A T, Stu- 
dent, Halle, Germany. 
Alabaster, Francis A., A. B., '90, <I> K ^, 

Teacher, Little Rock, Ark. 
Allen, Jacob R., A. M., M. D., '59, 

National City, Cal. 
Allen, Nathan R., C. E., '76, Business, 

Kenosha, Wis. 

* Deceased. 



Allen, Cora L., B. L.,'88, A<P, 215 E. Capi 
tal street, Washington, D. C. 

Ailing, Kate M., A. B., '87, K K T, Prin. 
High School, Ft. Collins, Col. 

Ailing, Belle E., Ph. B., '88, K K T, Ev- 
anston, 111. 

Ambrose, Ella V., B. L., '79. 

Ambrose, Lodilla, Ph. B., '87, Librarian, 
N. W. U., Evanston, 111. 

Ambrose, Jay B., A. B., '90, Teacher, 
Rockford, 111. 

Andrews, E. Wyllys, A. M., M. D., '78, 
2 X, 4> B K, 65 Randolph street, Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Andrews, Frank T., A. M., M. D., 'Si. 
2 X, 65 Randolph street, Chicago, 111. 

Andrews, Wilbur J., Ph. B., '87, <I> K *, 
Lawyer, Evanston, 111. 

Annis, Thomas E., A. M., M. D., '59, 
National City, Cal. 

.Ames, Howard R., A. B., Rev., '77, 
I .ongmont, Col. 



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A.ppleton, Alanson S., A. B., '76. 2 X, 
Journalist, Pullman bldg, Chicago. 

Arnold, Edward C, A. B., Rev., '73, 

* K *. 
Arnold, William S., A. M., '76, Prof. 

Willamette Univ., Salem, Ore. 
Atchison, Wilbur F., A. B., Rev., '84, 

A T, Hyde Park, 111. 
Atchison, Hugh I)., A. B., Rev., '87, A Y, 

Normal Park, 111. 

B 
Babbitt, George A., A. B., '75, Reporter, 

618 W. Monroe street, Chicago, 111. 
Babcock, Florence, Ph. B,, '89, Kenil- 

worth, 111. 
Babcock, Mabel, A. B., '89, Kenilworth, 

111. 
f Badger, Emeline, nee Green, Amboy, 111. 
Baird, Robert, A. M., '69, 4> K *, Prof. 

X. W. U., Evanston, 111. 
Bannister, Henry M., A. M., M. D., '63, 

Physician to Insane Asylum, Kanka- 
kee, 111. 
Bannister, Charles K., A. M., '69, 4> K *, 

965 Twenty-fifth street, Ogden, Mont. 
Bannister, Emma V., nee White, '73, 965 

Twenty-fifth street, Ogden, Mont. 
Bannister, John C, A. M., '83, B G IT, 

Teacher, Kewanee, 111. 
Barnes, Xellie A., nee Lewis, B. L., '80, 

Joliet, 111. 
Barnes, George 0., B. S., '90, $ A 0, 

Washburn, 111. 
Bass, George A., Ph. B., '88, 4> K *, Sec- 
retary Thwing Electric Co., Chicago, 

111. 
Bass, Perkins B., A. B., '88, <I> K *, Real 

Estate, 149 La Salle street, Chicago, 

111. 
Bass, Stella, Ph. B., '89, A 4>, Evanston, 

111. 
Bassett, George M., A. M., B. D., Rev., 

'78, Ashton, 111. 
Bates, Joseph H., A. B., M. D., '75, $ K 2, 

Neponset, 111. 
*Battey, Orren, A. B., '85, A T. 
Bayne, Mary, B. L., '79, Warren, 111. 
Baxter, A. Lawson, A. B., '90, ^ K 2, 334 

Monroe street, Chicago, 111. 
Beal, Ellery H., A. M., Rev., '72, 2 X, 

Frankfort Station, 111. 

tLadie» of classes previous to 1S74 were 
graduated at the N. W. Female College. 



*Beatty, Frank M., A. P., '74, <J> K 2. 

Peers, Forrest W., A. B., '89, A T, 
Athens, N. Y. 

Beggs, George W., A. M., '59, 4> A 0, 
Sioux City, la. 

Bell, James E., A. B., Rev., '76, 322 
Campbell street, Williamsport, la. 

Bell, Leon E., A. B., Rev., '84, A Y, 
Voungstown, X. Y. 

Benedict, Theresa, nee Ludlow, '89, 
K K r, Indianapolis, Ind. 

*Bennett, Mary A., A. B., '84, A I\ 

Bennett, John W., A. B., '80, 2 X, law- 
yer, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Bennett, Charles S., Ph. B., '88, * Y, 608 
Sykes blk, Hennepin avenue, Min- 
neapolis, Minn. 

Benthall, Elizabeth D., nee Wilson, M. D., 
Quasquetin, la. 

Bentley, Robert, A. B., D. D., Rev., '62, 
Oakland, Cal. 

Bentley, Frances A., nee Harvey, '63, 
Oakland, Cal. 

*Berry, Thomas S., A. M., '72. 

Best, Fannie J., nee Stout, '69, Bloom- 
inglon, 111. 

Best, William I)., A. M., Rev., '70, Jack- 
sonville, 111. 

Bickell, Edwin J., A. M., Rev. '77, editor 
Montana Christian Advocate, Hel- 
ena, Mont. 

Bishop, Andrew B., A. M., M. D., '69, 
$ K ■%, San Jose, Cal. 

Bishop, Emilie G., '65, Oregon, Wis. 

Bissell, John W., A. M., D. D., '67, Pres. 
U. I. Univ., Fayette, la. 

Black, Stanley P., Ph. B., M. D , '82, 
$ K 2, 28 Aldine square, Chicago, 111. 

Blanchard, Rollin P., Ph B., '70, Lawyer. 
115 Dearborn street, Chicago. 

Bloom, David H., A. B., LL. B., '85, 
B 9 II, Lawyer, Cherokee, la. 

Bloom, Ellen, nee Sawyer, Ph. B., '85, 
A <I>. Cherokee, la. 

Bock, Helen H., Ph. B., '90, A T, Lin- 
coln, 111. 
Boddy, Samuel L., Ph. B., '85, Ben, 
lawyer, Cherokee, la. 

Booth, William M., A. M., '78, 2 X, 
lawyer, 152 Dearborn street, Chi- 
cago. 
*Booth, Charles H., Ph. B., '88, $Kt 



155 



Botsford, Bennetl 13., Ph. 15., '62, * A 0, 
merchant, 95 Wabash avenue, Chi 
cago. 

Boutell, Henry S., A. M., LL. B., '74, 
13 IT, lawyer, Wisconsin Central 
Station, Chicago. 

*Boyd, Celia E., nee Snow, '61. 

^Bradford, Smith S., A. M., Rev., '76. 

Bradford, Cnlumbus, A. B., Rev., '88, 
A T, Clifton Heights, St. Louis, Mo. 

Bradley, Timothy C, C. E., '77, Kansas 
City, Mo. 

Bragdon, Charles C, A. M., '65, <1> K f , 
Prin. Lasell Seminary, Auburndale, 
Mass. 

Bragdon, Merrilt C, A. M., M. I)., '70, 
2 X, Evanston, 111. 

Bragdon, George E., Ph. B., '72, 2 X, 
Business, Pueblo, Col. 

*Brainard, Alex. D., A. B., '74. 

Brand, Charles H., B. L., '87, A T, In- 
surance, 9 Groveland Park, Chicago, 
111. 

Breed, Ida, nee Stewart, A. B., '78, 
Teacher, Belvidere, 111. 

Briggs, Arthus H., A. M., B. D., Rev. 
'81, B 9 n, College Park, Cal. 

Briggs, Alvah G., A. B., '82, B n, 
Business, Sierra City, Cal. 

Briggs, Herbert F., A. B., '89, B G II, 
School of Theology, Boston, Mass. 

Bright, Frances J., nee Roberts, '67, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. 

Bristol, Frank M., A. M., D. D., '77, 
$ K 2, pastor Trinity Church, 2519 
Indiana avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Brooks, J. Howard, A. B., Rev., '67, 
Oakland, Neb. 

Brown, Walter Lee, Sc. B., '76, 312 Hin- 
man avenue, Evanston, 111. 

Brown, Elizabeth M., Ph. B., '90, K K T, 
Fond du Lac, Wis. 

Brushingham, John P., A. M., '81, 4> K "?% 
Pastor Ada Street Church, 548 Ful- 
ton street, Chicago, 111. 

Burch, William A., Ph. B., Rev., A T, 
Argyle Park, 111. 

Burke, Edmund W., A. M., '68, <I> K % 
Lawyer, 162 Washington street, Chi- 
cago, 111. 

♦Burke, James E., A. B., '72. 

•Burke, Charles H., A. M., '75. 



Bun, Alherl II., Ph. B., M. D., '77, 1255 

Wabash avenue, III. 
Butcher, John C, A. M., M. D., 8l, AT, 

Missionary, Bijnour, India. 
Butterfield, Alnius, A. B., '63, Cofflmu 

sion Merchant, 182, South Water 

strict, Chicago, 111 
Butterfield, Willis, A. M., M. I)., '69, 

•l-Kt, Belvidere, 111. 
Butterfield, Lewis, A. B., '73, Business, 

Momence, 111. 
Byers, Fred M., Ph. B., '87, East Troy 

High School, Troy, Wis. 

C 
Caddock, Henry, A. B., '88, 2 X, Ac- 
countant, Wilson Bros., Chicago, 111. 
Cady, Henry (.)., '83, A. M., B. D., Rev., 

'83, A Y, Missionary, Chung King, 

China. 
Calkins, Harvey R., A. B., '88, B II, 

Evanston, 111. 
Calkins, Helen, nee Pearsons, Ph. B., '88, 

A <I>, Evanston, 111. 
Campbell, Frank J., Ph. B., M. D., 87, 

4> K ^, Fargo. S. D. 
Caraway, Blanche, B. L., '89, A 4», 215 

E. Capitol Street, Washington, D. C. 
Carr, William W., Ph. B., Rev., '77, 

B II, 307 Ann srreet, Peoria, 111. 
*Carroll, William F., A. B., 82, Ben. 
Cartwright, Ira C, Ph. B., '88, Mis- 
sionary, Pachuca, Mexico. 
Casseday, Frank F., Ph. B., M. D., '77, 

$ K 2, Kansas City, Mo. 
Castle, Curtis H., A. B., M. D., '72, 

Merced, Cal. 
Chamberlain, William R., Ph. B., '81, 

A T, Lawyer, Chicago, 111. 
Chase, William C, A. B., '85, Business, 

Quincy, 111. 
Childs, Rebecca, nee Roland, Ph. B., '74, 

Evanston, 111. 
Clapp, Eben P., A. M., M. D., '81, Ev- 
anston, 111. 
Clapp, Mary E., nee Norton, Ph. B., '83, 

Evanston", 111. 
Clark, Abner, A. B., Rev., '78, Morrison- 

ville, 111. 
Clarke, Mary E., B. L., '90, K K T, St. 

Paul, Minn. 
Cleveland, F. W. Ph. B., '73, $ K 2, 

South Evanston, 111. 



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Clifford, Winchester E., A. M., '59, In- 
surance, Evans ton, 111. 

Clifford, Chester C, Ph. B., '88, Business, 
Evanston, 111. 

Clifford, Caroline, B. L., '90, YOB, 
Teacher, Evanston, 111. 

Cochran, Leonard G., A. M., '76, Rev. 
Prof, of Physics, U. I. Univ., Fay- 
ette, la. 

Collins, Lorin C, A. B., Hon., '72, 2 X, 
Judge Circuit Court, Cook County, 
Norwood Park, 111. 

Collins, Frances, nee Towle, B. L., '87, 
A <J>, Evanston, 111. 

Colman, Lucius C, A. B., '75, 4> K 2, 
Lumber, La Crosse, Wis. 

Comstock, William C, A. M., '67, $ K ¥, 
Commission Business, Evanston, 111. 

Conley, George L., A. B., '88, <I> K ¥, 
Student, Morgan Park, 111. 

Conwell, James S., Sc. B., '82, $ K 2, 
with Hirsch Bros., San Francisco, 
Cal. 

Cook, Alfred, A. M., '77, Journalist, 
Piano, 111. 

Cook, Charles E., A. B., M. D., '79, 
Mendota, 111. 

Cook, Frank, A. B., '85, A Y, Business, 
Geneseo, 111. 

Coombe, Joseph, A. B., Rev., '80, Hal- 
stead, Kas. 

Coon, Henrietta M., Ph. B., '87, A 4>, 
Teacher, Hotel Clinton, Minneapolis, 
Minn. 

Cooper, Henry A., A. M., Ph. B , '73, 
2 X, Lawyer, Racine, Wis. 

Cormack, Joseph M., A. M., Rev., '81, 
A Y, Fielding, 111. 

Cormack, Jane M., nee Marshall, B. L. , 
'81, A 4>, Fielding, 111. 

*Cornell, Drayton L., C. E., '76, $ K 2 
(1883). 

Cowles, Florence M., nee Call, B. L., '84, 
Algona, la. 

Craig, Alfred E., A. B., Rev., '90, Hills- 
dale, Mich. 

Crandon, Anna L., Ph. B., '83, A T, 
Evanston, 111. 

Crandon, Leila M., M. L., '84, A T, 
Teacher, N. W. U., Evanston, 111. 

Craven, Thomas, A. M., Rev., '70, Mis- 
sionary, Naini Tal, India. 



Crawford, William H, A. M., B. D., '84, 
4> K t, Professor Historical The- 
ology, Gammon School of Theology, 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Crist, John J., A. B., Rev., '75, B G II, 
Spring Valley, Minn. 

Cross, Moses S., A. M., '81, B G .II, 
Stockton, Cal. 

Culver, Morton, A. M., '67, <I> K i- - , Law- 
yer, 153 Randolph street, Chicago, 
111. 

Cumnock, Anna C, nee Webster, '72, Ev- 
anston, 111. 

*Currer, John, A. M., Rev., '76. 

Currier, Albert D., Sc. B., '84, 2 X, 311 
First Nat. Bankbldg., Chicago, 111. 

Curtis, Hiram A., A. M., Rev., '69, 
Juniata, Neb. 

dishing, Cassie M., nee Scott, Ph. B., '80, 
Highland Park, 111. 

Cutler, Frank H., Sc. B., M. D., '77, 
Bancroft. la. 



Dandy, John M., A. B., '73, 4» K 2, Jour- 
nalist, 89 Clark St., Chicago. 

Darrow, Charles W., Sc. B., '82, Lawyer, 
Glenwood Springs, Col. 

David, Mary E., Ph. B., '87, A <!>, Joliet, 
111. 

Davidson, Eric A., A. B., Rev., '88, Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

Davis, Anna L., nee Marcy, '70, Evans- 
ton, 111. 

Davis, Lewis P., A. M., Rev. '72, $ K *, 
291 Hancock avenue, Detroit, Mich. 

Davis, Ella V., nee Ambrose, B. L., '79, 
Clarence, la. 

Davis, Nathan S, Jr., A. M., M. D., '80, 
2 X, 65 Randolph street, Chicago, 111. 

Davis, Smith C, A. B., Rev., '87, Con- 
stantine, Mich. 

Davis, Haskell C, A. B., '90, Business, 
Spokane Falls, Wash. 

De Groff, Raymond V. Sc. B., '81, 2 X, 
Prin. of Schools, Fulton, 111. 

Demorest, William L., A. M. Rev., '78, 
2 X, Walnut, 111. 

Demorest, Frederick C, A. B., '90, A Y, 
Morgan Park, 111. 

Denman, Asahel H., Ph. B., '83, Law- 
yer, Des Moines, la. 



157 



Denny, Charles M., Ph. B., '90, A T, I n-s Elmore, Arthui I.., Ph. B., '89, Business, 



Moines, la. 
Dickman, Adella G., nee Maltbie, M. L., 

'84, A <l>, Fayette, la. 
Dickson, John W., A. B., '75, * K Z, 

Vera ( 'rnz, Mexico. 
Donelson, Dexter 1'., A. Ik, '79, 2 X, 

Manufacturer, 1544 Bowen avenue, 

Chicago, 111. 

Drake, Chester T., C. E,, 2 X, '74, 
Manufacturer, 160 South Clinton 
street, Chicago, 111. 

Dyche, Frank Ik, A. M., '80, «l> K S, 
Lawyer, 123 Dearborn street, Chi- 
cago, III. 

Dyche, William A., A. M., '82,* K 2, 
Druggist, 65 Randolph street, Chi- 
cago, 111. 

E 

Earle, Mary II., Sc. B., '88, K A 9, 
Teacher, Taylor, 111. 

Earll, Robert E., Sc. Ik, '77, Smithson- 
ian Institute, Washington, D. C. 

Early, Albert I)., A. B., '77, 2 X, Law- 
yer, Rockford, 111. 

Eastman, Samuel L., A. M., Rev., '59, 
Avoca, la. 

Edmondson, Stuart P., Ph. Ik, Rev., '85, 
4> K *, Kentland, Ind. 



Rockford, III. 

Emmert, Cornelia I'., nee Winslow, '02, 
Sibley, la. 

Erickson, Edward W., A. B., 90, Stu- 
dent, C I;. I., Evanston, Ilk 

Estes, William c., c. I-;., '74, <l- k 2, 
Neligh, Neb. 

Evans, William G , A. }',., '77, 2 X, 
Secretary of Denser Tramwaj ( om 
pany, I )enver, Col. 

Evans, Walter A., A. M., Ik D., '82, 
Rev., iT, 1730 Fletcher street, Chi- 
cago, III. 



Farley, Samuel S., A. Ik, Rev., '89, A T, 

I )uluth, Minn. 

Parrel, Pied J., A. B., '90, <l> A O, Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Perry, Aurelia M., '63, Long Pine, Neb. 

Ferry, Cornelia S., '63, Long Pine, Neb. 

Pield, Elizabeth, nee Edwards, M. L.,'89, 
A 4>, 3849 Ellis avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Finity, Michael, A. M., '70, Coolidge, 
Kas. 

Fisher, Harriet A., nee De Coudres, '63, 
Honolulu, Sandwich Islands. 

*Fisher, Mary Ann, nee McKean, '67. 



Edwards, Robert B., A. P., '72, Lawyer, Eisk, Aurora T.. A. IP, '90, A T, Teacher, 



Lincoln, 111. 

Edwards, John R., A. B., '78, Cortland, 
111. 

Edwards, Arthur R., A B., '88, Ben, 
Physician, 2816 Indiana avenue, Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Elder, E., B. L., A. M., Rev., '77, Glen 
Elder, Kas. 



Schuyler, Neb. 

Pitch, Louisa B., nee Bragdon, '61, Ev- 
anston, 111. 

Fitch, Julia P., B. L., '88, Teacher, Au- 
rora, 111. 

Fleming, Robert I., A. M., Rev., '80, A T, 
Batavia, 111. 

*Foote, Isabella S., nee Miner, '61. 



Elder, Anna A., nee Davis, B. L., '77, Foster, Amelia J., nee Conwell, '71, Ev 

Glen Elder, Kas. anston, 111. 

Eldredge, Byron H., C. E., '73, La Foster, George A., A B., '81, B 9 fl, 



Grange, 111. 

Ellinwood, Charles M., Ph. M., '76, Prof. 
Nebraska Wesleyan University, Lin- 
coln, Neb. 

Elliot, Frank M., B. L., '77, 2 X, Real 
Estate, Evanston, 111. 

Ellis, John, A. M., Rev., '67, <I> K T, 
Pastor Congregational Church, May- 
wood, 111. 



Business, 147 Fifth avenue, Chicago, 
111. 

Foster, Grace Ida, '89, A <I>, Teacher, Al- 
legheny College, Meadville, Pa. 

Foulkes, Charles A., Ph. M., M. D., '80, 
2 X, Surgeon, A., T. & Santa Fe 
R. R., Kansas City, Mo. 

Fox, Daniel O., A. M., Rev., '71, Mis- 
sionary, India. 



Elmore, Eltinge, Ph. B., 72, 2 X, Busi- Frake, James, A. M., '66, <I> K 'f, Law- 



ness, Milwaukee, Wis. 



yer, 132 La Salle street, Chicago, 111. 



158 



Frizzelle, Jacob W., A. B., Rev.. '88, 
Braidwood, 111. 

Fullerton, William 1)., A. B., '85, 13 II, 
Lawyer, 121 La Salic street, Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Furber, Harriet C, nee Wood, '62, 183 
Twenty-fifth street, Chicago, 111. 



Gage, Anna A., '6S, Dowagiac, Mich. 

Gaines, Chauncey, A. M., '73, 4> K ^r, 
Business, 1015 Linden street, Oak- 
land, Cal. 

*Gardner, Clarence A., Ph. B., 77, 4>K 2. 

Garnsey, Ellen E., nee Bradley, A. M., 
'66, Evanston, 111. 

Garst, Mary E., B. L., '78, Coon Rapids, 
Ind. 

Gaskell, Charles A., A. M., '75, Pub- 
lisher, 1024 West Adams street, Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Gibbs. Josephine C, '71, South Evans- 
ton, 111. 

Gibbs, Oscar L., C. E., '74, Piusiness, 
Phoenix, A. T. 

Gill, Joseph IL, A. M., Rev., '70, 
Southold, X. V. 

Gillespie, Albert I)., Sc. B., '75, Draughts- 
man, '84 La Salle street, Chicago, 111. 

Gloss, David H., Ph. B., '87, Evanston, 
111. 

Gloss, Janet C, Ph. B., '87. 

Goodenow, Cortez, J., Sc. B., '75, B9 IT, 
Business, Granite Falls, Minn. 

Goodsmith, Minnie R., nee Moulding, 
B. L., '83, A $, 957 Clark street, 
Chicago, 111. 

Goodwin, Bertha G, B. L., '78, Teacher, 
Rockford, 111. 

*Gould, Edwin, A. B., '71. 

Gradle, Fannie nee Searles, '70, 604 East- 
Division street, Chicago, 111. 

Graves, Charles S., A. B. '89, * K % 
Lawyer, 151 Dearborn avenue, Chi- 
cago, 111. 

*Green, Frances, '70. 

Green, Henry, A. B., '73, Lawyer, Ster- 
ling, 111.' 

Greene, Truman R. B. L., Rev., '87, Ire- 
ton, la. 

Greenman, Almon W., Ph. B., Rev., '80, 
New Carlisle, Ind. 



Greenman, Emily, Ph. IS., '83, Marion, 

Ind. 
Greenman, Guy, Ph. B., '87, Wilson 

Bros., Chicago, 111. 
Gridley, Martin M., Ph. B., '83, * K 2, 

Lawyer, 101 Washington street, Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Grier, James P.. A. B., '90, "f K "f, Stu- 
dent U. C. L., Chicago, 111. 

Grooves, John E., B. S., '90, Cherokee, la. 

H 

Haagenson, Anton P., B. S., '90, Evans- 
ton, 111. 

Hall, Adele, nee Somers, B. L., '82, 
3519 Calumet avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Hall, Winfield S., Sc. B., M. D., '87, 
<I> K *, Prof. Haverford College, Pa. 

Hall, Eva R., B. L., '90, K A 6, Teacher, 
River Forest, 111. 

Hamilton, William A., A. M., B n, 
'79, Lawyer, room 309, 205 La Salle 
street, Chicago. 

Hamilton, Charles, Sc. B., '80, <J> K 2, 
Miller, Ottawa, 111. 

Hamilton, James R., A. B., '90, Sterling, 
111. 

Hamline, John H., A? M., '75, E 2, Law- 
yer, 60 Portland blk, Chicago, 111. 

Haney, James W., A. M., B. D., Rev., 
'61, 4> A 0, Canton, 111. 

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Harris, William H., A. M., LL. B., '78, 
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Harrison, Edwin J., Ph. B., 'J2, 2 X, 
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Harrison, James L., A. M., Rev. '75, 
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Harrison, Hugh, Ph. B., '79, Business, 
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*Hill, Devonia, '72. 

Hills, Frank A., A. B., '75, Farmer, Ore- 
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Hunt, Caroline L., A. B., '88, A T, 
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Huntoon, Louise, nee Gamble, '63, La 
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*Huntington, Fannie C, nee Lakin, '68. 

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Huston, William H., A. B., '81, A T, 
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Lacy, William H., A. M., B. D., Rev., 

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$ K i% Mexico City, Mexico. 
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Raymond, James II., A. M., '71, Patent 

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Raymond, Fred D., A. B., '72, 2 X, 511 

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Robinson, William P., A. M., Rev., '74, 

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Robinson, Martin S., Jr., C. E., '77, 

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S 
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Yonkers, X. V. 
Schneider, John, A. M., Rev., '81, Ripon, 

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Scott, Elvin E., Ph. B., '90, A T, 1524 

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Sharp, Kate L., Ph. P., '85, K K T, Al- 
bany, X. V. 
Sharer, Charles H., Ph. P., 'S3, B G II, 

Mt. Morris, 111. 
Sheets, Fred IP, A. P., Rev., '82, B IT, 

Blue Inland, 111. 
Sheets, Mary A., nee Hill, B. L., '8;, 

A T, Oregon, LI. 
Sheldon, Mabel, P. P., '9. , A T, Bur- 
lington, Wis. 
Shepherd, Mary E., nee Pragdon, '61, 

Auburndale, Mass. 
Shepherd, Alice G., nee Calloway, '70, 80 

Xew Insurance bldg, Milwaukee, 

Wis. 
Shepard, Orlando, P. S , '89, Yarmouth, 

Pa. 
Shipman, Elias F., A. M., M. D., '80, 

Remington, Ind. 
Shrader, Edwin R., A. M., '71, Prof., 

University Sjuth California, Los 

Angeles, Cal. 
Shuman, Edwin L., Ph. P., '87, 2 X, 

Thin Point, Alaska ; address, 300 

Sansome street, San Francisco, Cal. 
Shuman, Jesse J., Ph. P., '90, 2 X, Illinois 

Steel Works, Chicago, 111. 
Shumway, Clara B., B. L., '79, Polo, 111. 
Shumway, Philip R., A. P., '89, B II, 

Business, Joliet, 111. 
Simmons, Gilbert M., Sc. P , '74, <1> K 2, 

Kenosha, Wis. 
Simonsen, Xels E., A. Mi, B. D., Rev., 

'80, Prin. Norw. Theo. Seminary, 

Evanston, 111. 
Simpson, Frances, B. L., '84, K K T, 

Church street, Evanston, 111. 
Skelton, Leonard L., A. M., M. D., '85, 

A T, Kankakee, 111. 
Slichter, Charles S., Sc. M., '85, 2 X, 

Instructor, U. of W., Madison, Wis. 
Smith, Martha J., nee Stewart, '60, 1729 

Prairie avenue, Chicago, 111. 



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Smith, Amos L., A. B., '72, Lawyer, Mil 

waukee, Wis. 

Smith, George II., A. M., Rev., '74, 
( rolden's Bridge, N. Y. 

Smith, Etta L., A. M.,'8o, LaPorte, End. 

Srfyder, Vernette A., nee Forbes, '65, Float 
street, Freeport, III. 

Solenberger, Amos R., Ph. M., M. I)., 
'83, * K ¥, Itasca, III. 

Spaulding, Melville C, A. B., '60, 348 
Washington boulevard, Chicago, 111. 

Spencer, William A., A. B., I). D., Rev., 
'61, Secretary Church Extension So- 
ciety, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Spencer, Claudius B., A. M., Rev., '81, 
cl> K Z, Detroit, Mich. 

Springer, Frank A., A. B., '60, Teacher, 
329 Spruce street, Le Droit Park, 
P. O. Address, 309 Ninth street, 
Washington, I). C. 

- : -Springer, Milton C, A. M., '64, <I> K *. 

Springer, Mary E., nee Ward, '65, Wil- 
mette, 111. 

Springer, Ruter W., A. B., LL. B., '87, 
2 X, Government Official, 43 B 
street, S. E., Washington, I). C. 

Springer, George W., B. S., '90, <I> K t, 
Wilmette, 111. 

Sterrett, David, A. M., '62, Lawyer, 
Washington, Pa. 

Stevens, Mary E., nee Bishop, '63, Wi- 
nona, Minn. 

*Stewart, Hart L., A. B., '60, cf> A 9. 

Stewart, Edward L., Sc. B., '79, 2 X, 
607 Tacoma bldg, Chicago. 

Stewart, Nellie W., B. L., '90, A <I), Pala- 
tine, IJ1. 

Stout, James F., A. M., Rev., '75, Ben, 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

Stowe, Bond, A. B., M. D., '87, Ben, 
Germany. 

Strobridge, George E., A. M., D. D., 
Rev., '64, $ K ^, 124 East Seventy- 
sixth street. New York City. 

Strobridge, Thomas R., A. M., Rev., '67, 
>b K t, Princeton, 111. 

Sullivan, Elizabeth R., nee White, '70, 
South Evanston, 111. 

Sumner, Mary E., B. L., '88, A <I>, 232 
Farnam street, Omaha, Neb. 

Swenson, William C, A. B., '90, Centre 
City, Minn. 



Swill, I'ol.nuis, II., A. M., B. I)., I'h. D., 
Lev., '81, A T, 307 Fort) 
Chicago, III. 



*Taplin, Warren, A. B., '61. 

Tarr, Ella M., M. L. '82, A F, L01 

Angeles, Cal. 
Taylor, Fred M., A. M., Ph. I)., '76, 1 X, 

Professor, Albion College, Albion, 

Mich. 
Taylor, Merritt E., Sc. M., '83, Johns 

Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. 
Thatcher, Frank IF, Ph. M., '8i, B 6 II, 

Lawyer, Aurora, 111. 
Thiers, Herbert M., C. E., '72, 77 Clark 

street, Chicago. 
Thomas, Joseph C, A. B., Rev., '65, 

New York City. 
Thorns, Craigie S., A. B., '88, <i> K *, 

Morgan Park, 111. 
Thompson, Julia lK,nee, Watson, Ph. B., 

'80, 328 Superior street, Chicago, 

111. 
Thompson, Ella L., nee Horton, '72, 

Lanesboro, Minn. 
Thornton, Charles W., A. M., Rev., '77, 

Ben, Blaine, 111. 
Thwing, Charles B., A. B., '88, <t> K *, 

Instructor N. W. U., Evanston, 111. 
Tompkins, Delos M., A. M., Rev., '77, 

Ben, Freeport, 111. 
Tomlinson, Clinton S., Ph. B., '86, Ben, 

Springfield, Mo. 
Torrance, Elizabeth, nee Norton, '68, 

3646 Ellis avenue, Chicago, 111. 
Tourtellotte, Frederick J., A- B., '88, 

2 X, Student Chicago Conservatory, 

3432 Vernon avenue, Chicago, 111. 
Towle, Anna C, Ph. B., '87, A 4>, Or- 

rington avenue, Evanston, 111. 
Townsend, Ada, A. B., '89, Instructor 

N. W. U., Hinman avenue, Evans- 
ton, 111. 
Trewartha, James, A. B., Rev., '74, 

Clark, S. D. 
Tucker, Clara, B. L. , '90, K K T, Galva, 

111. 
Turner, Charles W., A. B., '75. 
Tuttie, William H., A. B., '88, <I> K *, 

Lawyer, Room 815, 84 La Salle 

street, Chicago, 111. 



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Tyler, Frank E., Sc. B., '79, «l» K 2, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 

U 

Unland, Herman II., A. B., '75, <I> K 2, 
Cimarron, Kan. 



Van Benschoten, May E., B. L., '86, 
K K T, Chicago avenue, Evanston, 
111. 

Vandercook, Robert O., Ph. B., '88, 
Church street, Evanston, 111. 

Van Flossen, Levi, Ph. B., '70. 

*Van Pelten, Samuel E., A. B., '76. 

Van Scoy, Thomas, A. M., D. D., Rev., 
'75, President of Willamette Uni- 
versity, Salem, Ore. 

W 

Wait, William II., A. M., '79, B G 17, 
Teacher, Peoria, 111. 

Wales, Albertine C, Sc. B., '87, A <1\ 
Colorado Springs, Col. 

Wallace, Belle, nee Denning, '64, Paris, 
111. 

Warrington, Francis ML, A. M., Rev., 
'75, B II, minister, Florence, Cal. 

Warrington, Livi P., A. B., M. D., '80, 
Lemont, 111. 

Warrington, Thomas C, Rev., A. M., 
B. I)., '80, Prophetstown, 111. 

Watson, ' Sidney, Sc. B.,'85, 2 X, 19 
Lizzie street, St. Paul, Minn. 

*\Yaugh, Lydia M., nee Hayes, '58, died 
in India. 

Webster, Lily R., nee Winne, '70, Chi- 
cago avenue, Evanston, 111. 

Webster, Parker S., A. M., '81, A T, 
Lawyer, Dubuque, la. 

Webster, Nelson P., Ph. B., '83, 1220, 
H street, X. W. Washington, D. C. 

Weeks, Xellie F., Ph. B., '85, Forest 
avenue, Evanston, 111. 

Weeden, Burr M., A. B., '89, 2 X, Stu- 
dent, G. B. I., Emerson street, Ev- 
anston, 111. 

Weir, Samuel, A. B., B. D., Rev., '89, 
*Kf, Winfield, Kas. 

*Weller, Emma E., nee Parks, Ph. B., 
•76. 

Wheaton, James M., A. M., Rev., '78, 
Wvanet, 111. 



Wheeler, Elbert B., Ph. B. t '65, * K *, 

Arlington Heights, 111. 

Wheeler, Arthur J., A. M., Rev., '66, 
Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Wheeler, Emily F., A. M., '75, 4323 
Ellis avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Wheeler, Charles P., A. M., '76, 2 X, 
IC09 Rookery bldg, Chicago, 111. 

Wheeler, Frederick S., A. M., '3l, 
Phoenix bldg, Chicago, 111. 

Whipple, John A. J., A. B.. Rev., '76, 
4> K 2, Mendota, 111. 

White, George H., Ph. B., '75, Min- 
neapolis, Minn. 

White, George W., Ph. B., Rev., '70, 
Beloit, Wis. 

White, Jane II., Ph. M., '79, Teacher 
High School, Evanston, 111. 

-White, Sarah E., Ph. B., '82, A T. 

Whitehead, Frank Cole, A. B., '89, 
B9II, Business, Evanston, 111. 

Wickman, Maurice L., A. B., '90, Stu- 
dent Swedish Theological School, 
Evanston, 111. 

Wicks, Hamilton S., Ph. B., '71, 2 X, 
Joplin, Mo. 

Wightman, Charles A., Ph. B., '85, 2 X, 
Insurance, Evanston, 111. 

Wilcox, Levi S., Ph. B., M. D., '71, 
Champaign, 111. 

*Wilcox, Alice A., nee Taple, '71. 

Wilder, Marie II. nee Huse, A. M., '68, 
418 Church street, Evanston, 111. 

Wilkinson, Mary B., nee Swail, Ph. B., 
A 4>, Warren, 111. 

Wilkinson, William E., A. M., B. D., 
Rev., '83, 4> K *, Warren, 111. 

Willard, Frances E., '59, A <I», Chicago 
avenue, Evanston, 111. 

*Willard, Mary E., '60. 

Willard, Mary B., nee Bannister, A. M., 
'60, Nettlebeck street, 21 III., Ber- 
lin, Prussia (American Home School 
for Young Ladies). 

Willits, Oscar W., A. M., '74, Mission- 
ary, Pekin, China. 

*Wilson, John C, Ph. B., '61. 

Wilson, Martha W., nee Richardson, '65, 
Potter, Neb. 

Winslow, Frederick C, Ph. B., M. D., 
'70, 2 X, Jacksonville, 111. 



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Winslow, George VV., A. M., kev., '67, 
Peotone, 111. 

Wire, Melville C, A. M., 15. I)., Rev., 
'74, Dean of School of Theology, 
Willamette University, Salem, Ore. 

Wood, Francis A., A. M., 'So, Student, 
Gottingen, Germany. 

Woodcock, Thomas J., Ph. Ii., '90, Hins- 
dale, 111. 

Woodruff, Herbert W., A. M., Kev., '71. 

Woodson, Edmund B., A. B., '72, Rem- 
ington, Ind. 

Wright, Charles 15., 15. S., '89, 2 X, 
Broker, Woodstock, 111. 

Wright, Herbert P., M. S., '87, 2 X, 6 
Wyandotte street, Kansas City, Mo. 

Wright, Sarah E., nee Holmes, '64, 340 
Oak street, Bingham pton, N. Y. 

Wyman, Ralph L., B. S., '90, Press 
office, Evanston, 111. 



Yaple, George P., A. M., 71, 1 X, 

I -awyer, Mehhm, Mich. 
Yaple, Mary I-;., we Hankinson, '71, 

Meldon, Mich. 
Young, John B., A. 15., '90, 15 O II, 

Chamber of Commerce, Chicago, 

111. 
Young, Louise, nee Swan, M. I... 'oo, 

A F, < Chicago, 111. 



Zeigler, Thomas J., A. M., Rev., '74, 
B9 II, 636 North Thirty-fifth street, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Zcublin, Charles N., Ph. 15., B. I)., '87, 
15 O II, care of Knauth, Nachos & 
Kuhne, Bankers, Peipsic, Germany. 



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